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RCM AutoSeq
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Introducing full automation of recital order sequencing

The RCM AutoSeq program, at the click of a button, generates sequences of recital routines, determines whether or not their order creates a conflict for any student (not allowing them a break of a specified number of routines between any two of their performances), and identifies and displays a conflict-free recital order that satisfies a studio director’s pre-set artistic criteria.

Automate with complete artistic control

✔  Select the minimum break interval between any two performances by a student.

✔  Include an intermission and designate routines as the opening or last number of each half.

✔  Tag routines: level 1 for beginner, level 2 for intermediate and level 3 for advanced.

✔  Select the order in which routine levels initially appear in the recital.

✔  “Front-load” level 1 routines, sequencing beginner classes in the first half of the recital.

✔  “Back-load” selected routines, sequencing showcase numbers in the second half.

✔  Generate multiple sequencing runs with the same or different settings.

✔  Display the recital order of each sequencing run along with the level of each routine.

✔  Save generated recital orders to be viewed in detail and printed out.

✔  Reposition, insert or delete routines to best match your artistic needs.

✔  Feeling confident? Create a complete recital order manually without automation.

Routines screen

Recital routines, along with their unique numbers, level tags and interval values, are entered on the Routines screen.

Your students’ information is entered on one of two screens, depending on how their data is available to you.

Screen A
Screen B

At the completion of each successful sequencing run, the recital order is displayed on the User Dashboard along with each routine’s level value.

Dashboard ribbons
The sequence is also displayed on the Conflict Alert screen along with the students performing in each routine, ready to be modified as needed.
Conflict Alert screen

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