A MIDI file always consists of one or more tracks. Musical notes belonging to one track are represented as a separate voice upon export to any note editor. As a rule a single musical instrument is assigned to an entire track. Able MIDI Editor possesses a panel designed for working with tracks, called the Track Editor. In addition to standard operations such as naming a track and muting all of its notes, the Track Editor lets you select all notes inputted to a given track, and also hide, without muting, all the notes of a specific track.
The ability to give each track its own color can also be quite useful. By default the all notes are displayed according to a given color scheme; however, using the Track Editor each track can be provided with its own color, and this coloring scheme can be saved to file together with the actual musical piece.