Hi and great to meet you both! And yes, I blow a little tenor.
My apologies if I came across a bit presumptuous and assuming. Not my intention. I'm kinda' new at this sort of communicating and might not have my etiquette together. : )
A little background, as well as play saxophone I do score work both classical and jazz. I've worked with several publishing companies over the years and primarily use Finale but Logic is my goto software for digital audio and quick and down and dirty notation. (I've been working with Logic since it was Notator, 1989, on an Atari 1040 Mega ST.) And every publishing company has their own conventions or how they want things to look. Or as adamjhoward mentions below making it look more "pro". There's really no right or wrong way.
Don't want to make this too lengthy but to expound a bit, in the jazz world in particular if one wants to indicate rhythms without specific notes or chord voicings or if you want the drummer to kick a particular rhythm the "convention" or what's most common in the notation industry is to use noteheads as I've indicated. Certainly does not have to be that way! In reality, whatever expedites learning the music and disrupts the creative process the least is the best way to go.
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