Recorder Digits for Windows

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  • Standard and Alternate fingerings for all notes

  • Fingerings for soprano/tenor, alto, and bass recorders

  • Easy to read recorder diagrams

  • If an alternate fingering is normally used for trilling, the trill fingers are shown (optionally)

  • Extensive context-sensitive Help via F1 key

  • 2 types of reports (click here for full description)
    • text-only format - fingerings shown using text diagrams
    • rich-text word-processor format - fingerings shown using pictures

  • "Extra" information supplied on most notes via the "Info" buttons - see the screen snapshot on the RcDigits Home page.

  • "Smart" note names - for example, in alto and bass mode, the lowest note is referred to as "F", while in soprano mode, it is called "C".

  • Enharmonic note-naming style can be chosen by the user - for example, you decide whether the 2nd lowest note on the alto is called "F#/Gb", "F#", or "Gb".

  • Powerful recorder-description language which can be used to create new external files and/or change the program's existing display. There is extensive documentation for this language. The page describing the normal trills external file has more info about this feature.

  • Program can automatically load and display an external file at startup, instead of displaying its built-in fingerings (See the FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions - section of program's Help).

  • External files can display images.

  • External files can contain special multi-page "Readme" documentation, displayable inside the program. Click here to view page 2 of the Readme in the Ken Wollitz Advice file, showing a picture of his book and a copyright notice.

  • Easy to install, easy to remove (see Downloads).

  • Program makes no registry entries.

  • Actively supported

  • It's free! No spyware, nag screens, ads, or other junk.