The Notes Browser is a place where you can store information about a project, such as song title, artist name, album title, and lyrics or other information you want to keep track of. You can even add custom artwork that will be displayed in the start screen.Figure 351. Notes Browser.A. Show Notes Browser B. Dock/undock C. Docking options D. Expand/collapse E. Show/Hide File Stats F. Artwork G. File Stats H. Name I. Album J. Artist K. Copyright L. Notes
Show Notes Browser . Show the Notes Browser.
Show File Stats. Click to show/hide the following information about the contents of the project file:
Created. The date the project was first saved.
Editing time. The total time you’ve had the project open, from the time it was created to the last time it was saved. This does not include time spent editing the project since you last saved it. If you want to update this value, save the project.
Revision. Each time you save a file that has been changed, this number is incremented. If you open a project, make no changes, then save it, the revision number is not changed.
Events. The total number of events in the project.
Sample rate. The sample rate for digital audio.
Bit depth. The bit depth of digital audio.
File version. The Cakewalk version number.
Artwork. Add a BMP, PNG, or JPEG image to be shown in the Start Screen. The recommended image dimensions are 600×600 pixels. Larger images will be automatically scaled to 600×600.
Name. Your song’s title. Click to edit.
Album. The album title the project belongs to. Click to edit.
Artist. The author or performer of the song. Click to edit.
Copyright. The copyright notice. Click to edit.
Notes. Project description or other information, such as lyrics. Click to edit, and click OK to apply any changes.Click the File Stats button.To reset the file stats, right-click in the File Stats window and select Reset File Stats.Click the Notes filed and type your notes. Click OK to accept the changes, or Cancel to ignore any changes.
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