In order to enhance user experience, a notepad feature integrated within the Polyend Tracker would be beneficial for users to write down their notes related to ongoing projects.
The issue lies in the prolonged process of project completion, where keeping track of various elements such as instruments, tracks, or patterns can become challenging for users. In the current scenario, users have to resort to a separate notepad or mobile application for keeping these notes, but these are not directly linked to the Polyend Tracker.
The objective is to streamline the note-taking process by incorporating a notepad feature within each project on the Polyend Tracker since the device already has a keyboard. This will allow users to annotate patterns for different sections such as verse or chorus, document ideas, and create reminders for future work, all directly within the device itself.
Users currently use external note-taking devices or applications, such as physical notepads or phone apps, as a workaround.
Several Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) already offer integrated note-taking sections, suggesting the feasibility and potential effectiveness of this feature.