Dots and Lines
I'm a Bassist, that's right, a person that plays an instrument that sounds like "Base" but is spelled "Bass". In my role as a Bassist I have come to love the simplicity in both foundational structure and embellishment that is required of my function in the band. I am required to create a foundation while making notes that harmonize the melody and "lay down time". Bass is a relatively simple instrument with only four strings. The notes are typically strummed individually, unlike a guitar or other stringed instrument where one may be required to perform finger acrobatics. Bass is a simple, albeit large instrument with a simple job of bridging the foundation of the music to the melody, without getting in the way.
As the person bridging foundational structures to melody I typically hold tight to the dots and lines on my sheet music. While most music allows for embellishment and self expression, the lines and dots on the sheet music provide structure and clarity. The lines and dots on the sheet music are very similar to the purpose of the lines and dots in DoTadda.
Lines and dots that lay down time, bridging the foundation to the melody, without getting in the way. Dotadda couldn't be a better fit for a Bassist like me.