Dayton Diary: May 13, 2014

These are our working notes for one of the new songs, As you can see, we each have our own system of notation.


(from left to right)

I, Josephine, write out new, clean notes whenever the structure or chords are modified because I don’t like to have any crossing-out on the paper.

Kim says this page represents “an earlier version of the song.”

Kelley utilizes color-coding to organize the layers of information. In this case, black and green Sharpie and orange PaperMate felt tip.

Jim writes out the components of his beat in musical notation, on manuscript paper. Classy. I like it.