Items dealing with tools people can use in the performance of tasks related to square dancing, or places you can find information on such tools. For example, music players that callers can use, rotation programs that assign dancers to squares, or the Taminations website that shows animated displays of calls.
Callarama is a “checker mover” program to help callers work out choreography by showing animated figures moving in response to calls entered by the caller. Callarama has defined the standard ... Read More
The Choreographic Applications Committee has created this resource site to assist those who are teaching square dancers. Its intent is to collect in one place all the information about each ... Read More
CallerToolBox is a Windows program callers can use to organize their choreography and make it easy to find sequences for specific purposes. Callers can enter their singing call figures, modules, ... Read More
Before the days of computers callers would write or work through choreography using "checkers" or "dolls". The checkers were usually colored pieces of plastic to represent the 8 dancers. The ... Read More
SqView is a music management program for callers, cuers and line dance leaders. It is specifically designed for the music management and performance needs of those groups. The program also ... Read More
SqView is a very popular computer program specifically designed to play and manage square dance music. Bob Rigg's presentation at CALLERLAB 2019 contains invaluable guidance on how to use the ... Read More