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Recital Conflict Manager

Designing your recital sequence

Select a break interval in the Conflict Alert screen, then start entering routine numbers in your desired recital order. The routine names will be displayed, and all students performing in them will be identified.

RCM 30 Conflict Alert screenshot

In the above example, the artistic director set an interval of two routines between performances and entered the first five routines in the program, creating two conflicts. Hannah Black is in back-to-back numbers, and Jordan Thistle has a break of only one routine between her performances. The total number of conflicts, and the routines and students affected, are clearly indicated.

Entering routine and student data

Routine names and numbers can be entered directly, or copied and pasted from another source, into the Routines Input Screen.

Students, and the routines in which they will be performing, can be entered or pasted in one of two convenient ways. The student single-line screen is shown.

RCM 30 Students Input A screenshot

Throughout your recital order design process, performers and recital numbers can be added to, or deleted from, the Students and Routines screens at any time.

Recital routines can be added to, or deleted from, any position within a finished or partially finished recital sequence on the Conflict Alert screen for artistic reasons or to resolve conflicts.

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