by Fanan Team
3.4 / 5     (7 votes)
Win32 Win64
AnyText is a vst instrument plug-in that produces no sound but allows writing text comments, saving them and loading them back.

Whenever you need textual comments (only english supported), you can simply drop this dude into your project and you're done.

It has 6 text pages support, so you can also divide your comments into pages.
Fredrik Dec 30 2022
(4 / 5)
Dec 30 2022
Perfect if you like me are learning from tutorials and want to take some notes! Thanks
Nobody May 31 2022
May 31 2022
Wondering if you can make this work as a Help File of sorts, just like in Cakewalk where it pops out every now and then. and since Reaper doesn't have a way to consolidate the help files of your plugins, having such information is nifty if it can be loaded Globally and not just per project.
Bruzifix Dec 27 2021
(5 / 5)
Dec 27 2021
Note for all magix users: SAVE YOUR PROJECT!
Joe Jan 08 2022
Jan 08 2022
Well said. That thing just crashes all of a sudden
MAK Dec 10 2021
Dec 10 2021
The text is nice, but where and how do you use it?
Smetana Dec 10 2021
Dec 10 2021
You load it as an VST instrument and just write inside whatever you want and save it as a preset. It will be saved to the project.
MAK Dec 10 2021
Dec 10 2021
In other words, it's like a sticky note, isn't it?Somehow I understand. Thank you
Smetana Dec 12 2021
Dec 12 2021
Yes. It can be called sticky note. It also got 6 pages which you can fill with your text content and some basic text preferences in the menu.
Bernard Dec 09 2021
(5 / 5)
Dec 09 2021
Great idea! always wanted notes for each track !
Mario Dec 09 2021
(4 / 5)
Dec 09 2021
Can I give you a more detailed description?
Freddy Dec 10 2021
Dec 10 2021
Though you did a great job. This really shouldn't need any description at all.
andy Dec 16 2021
Dec 16 2021
Is there a VST that you could display lyrics in the right place in the music?
cyber_T Dec 20 2021
Dec 20 2021
Maybe it could be possible to active this "sticky-note"-plugin in the right moment of a song with a clever automation-curve (e.g. on/off at an exact timemark). The success of this idea also depends on the kind of you DAW...