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Tutorial: Add notes to your Logic project

If you’re collaborating on a project you can store notes on it right inside Logic’s interface

One of the things about being creative is that inspiration can hit at any time and as a result you get that flurry of activity where you jump onto your Mac and get creative no matter what time of the day or night it is.
This is fine and dandy when you are working in an individual capacity but it’s not always convenient when you are collaborating on a project and you need to explain or justify what you have done. As a result it can be useful to note down any changes you have made to a project and the reasons for them. In Logic this is a simple affair and it’s built right into the interface. Your only real worry will be remembering to use it. A useful tip is to open up the notes window before you make any changes to the project so you can see it and remember to use it before you dive in and change the way everything sounds.

1: Open it up
On the top of the interface on the right click on the notes icon to activate and see the notes area. You will then see a black area appear ready for you to type into.

2: Write it down
Click on the Pen to begin writing. You can even format the text using the Format button next to the pen. This will bring up a familiar-looking font browser.