First here are the details most people have been asking:
The label dimensions are .5" tall and .9" wide.
(I didn't measure the radius of the rounded corner. I just eyeballed it so it looked right)
I printed them on Avery Printable Magnet Sheets.
They cost $7 for a 5 pack of 8.5" x 11" magnet sheets.
These magnet sheets are great, just print and cut.
Here is how I made them:
I designed my labels in Silhouette Studio so I could cut them on my Cameo. I used the Cameo for two reasons. 1) It meant that I could make the labels with a rounded corner to match what each space looks like on the Roland. 2) Way less work for me. No cutting, no lining things up, no redoing it after I accidentally cut right through the middle of a label.
Using the Cameo did mean that I would have to forfeit a little bit of space on the page for registration marks and safe cutting zones. (The Cameo is just a cutter so you have to print something then put it in the Cameo to be cut. It uses the registration marks to make sure everything is lined up correctly.) But I still had more than enough space.
|Page layout in Silhouette Studio|
I color coded everything the same way that we do on our Roland M-400 soundboard. Red for vocals, blue for band, green for drums, purple for orchestra, orange for choir, light blue for things in the booth.
Just in case there are labels I didn't think of (I am sure there will be something) I included some blank labels, 4 blank labels of each color and then I filled up the page with white labels.
|Labels on M-48|
|Labels on Music Stand|
If you have any questions about the labels or suggestions for version 2.0 let me know in the comments below.