Multi-disciplinary note-taking tool for modern musicians & producers
for music producers
As your workflow is increasingly driven by digital technology, Session Notes is your analog alternative for making the most out of your songwriting or recording sessions. A swiss army note-taking tool for modern musicians + producers. Increase studio productivity, plan your writing and recording sessions, organize production notes, write lyrics, chord charts, tablature, or sheet music all in one place. Maximize your sessions.
Goals / Productivity
Session Agenda Tools
Multi-Instrument Chord Charts
Song Structure Diagrams
Staf Paper / Composition
Takes + Tracking Systems
Session Notes organizes all the beautiful chaos of songwriting and music production into chapters. Keep track of song + artist info, gear lists, goals and progress. Write chord charts, tablature, and full compositions. No matter what side of the mixing board you are on, this notebook can help you stay organized, productive and inspired.
Songwriting & Productivity
We are working on a comprehensive package of digital downloads that will accompany every purchase of Session Notes. Access to music tutorials, production tips from producers, sample packs, free audio plugins, music charts and diagrams, and more.
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Set Goals and Manage Expectations
There's nothing more intimidating than an open ended creative session. Sometimes not having a direction can actually end up costing you valuable time in the studio. Decide where to start, set goals, track progress. Make sure you're hitting deadlines in the studio to keep your productions on track.
Loads of features
Session Notes has tons of pages to help you write music, organize your sessions, track progress and more. Get all your ideas laid out in this durable hardcover book. This is a great addition to any musician or producers workflow.
You Remember Things Better When You Write Them Down
Rehearsing and recalling information is a huge part of being a musician or producer, especially in a live scenario. Keep all your song details in one place, so you can easily relearn how to play old songs, or even just jot down ideas you can explore them later. Also useful if you have to find a new bandmate and get them up to speed quickly on other people's parts.