Audio Cues is designed for live performance. With just an Android phone or tablet, or even a Chromebook that supports the Google Play Store, you can create and run simple sound designs for theater, dance, and other live shows. It can also be used by yoga teachers, massage therapists, or anyone else who wants to create and run playlists of music and other sound effects. In-App Purchase: Unlimited Shows and Cues. INTRODUCTORY PRICE THROUGH THE END OF 2016UNLIMITED PRODUCT IN-APP PURCHASE IS 50% OFF. Audio Cues permits up to 2 shows on each device and up to 10 cues per show without any payment or registration. An in-app purchase is available that lets the app support unlimited shows and cues. Features. Audio Cues supports two different kinds of cues: AUDIO cues work with all standard audio file formats, including WAV, MP3, OGG, MPEG, and more. FADE cues can change volume, pan from left to right, or serve as Stop cuesAll cues have these features: Cue number and title-Master, right and left volume-A trigger, set to the Go button or to be triggered automatically with or after the previous cue-A delay to let the cue run a certain amount of time after the triggerAudio cue features include: A target pointing to a particular audio file-A starting point, letting you jump past the start of an audio file-Number of play times, including support for infinite loopsFade cue features include: A target pointing to a specific audio cue, or to all running cues-A fade duration-Stop the target audio cue (s) Other features include: Integration with Google Drive and local storage to transfer audio files to your Android device-Backup and restore of show designs to Google Drive and to local storageWhen used on a device with an attached keyboard, Audio Cues supports: Up and down cursor keys to scroll through the cue list-The space bar to trigger the Go button-The Esc key to stop all running cuesAudio File Storage. The app's audio files are stored on the device's internal storage. The audio file storage directory is named:/AudioCues/shows/[show title]You can import files to this directory with the app's Manage Audio Files screen. On most devices, this feature supports importing from: Google Drive-Audio files anywhere on the device-SD cardsYou can also copy audio files to the device in these other ways: From a desktop computer with the device connected by USB cable (on macOS, use Android File Transfer, available through the Mac App Store) -Wirelessly with Bluetooth or with a file transfer app such as AirDroid-With a file manager app such as ES File Explorer from other areas of the device's storage, including SD cards To build audio files, we recommend using Audacity, a free desktop application that works on Windows, Mac and Linux: http://www.audacityteam. org/Product documentation is available online at: http://bit. ly/AudioCuesManualShare your experiences and ask questions in the Audio Cues discussion group at: http://bit. ly/AudioCuesDiscussion.