Menu Reference

Here is a full list of TrueTone Editor menu commands:



         Cut – Cut selected notes

         Copy – Copy selected notes to buffer

         Paste – Paste buffer contents to the left window edge


         Undo – Cancel last action. The number of actions that can be undone is unlimited

         Redo – Repeat a canceled action


         Arrange ->

                 Align Onsets Left - Align selected note onsets by moving notes backward

                 Align Ends - Align selected note end  by increasing their durations without changing onset positions


         Delete – Delete the selected notes

         Mute or Unmute – Mute or give sound to the selected notes


         Quantize... - Invoke Quantization dialog

         Transpose...Transpose selected notes

         Velocity... - Open Change Velocity dialog


         Note Properties - Bring up the Note Properties dialog for the selected notes

         New Note Properties... - Bring up the Default Note Properties dialog


         Insert Default Bars - Put bars using default tempo (see MIDI File Properties)

         Remove All Barlines - Remove all bar lines



         Time Ruler - Display or hide Time Ruler

         Note Map – Display or hide Note Map

         Track Editor – Display or hide Track Editor

         Tips - Display or hide Tips window

         Staff - Display or hide Score Viewer


         Show Bar Grid – Show or hide bars in the Editing Area

         Bars on Time Ruler – Display bar numbers on Timeline


         Spectral Background - Show or hide spectral background in the editing area

         3D Background - Switches spectral background to anaglyph 3D-view


         Additional Note Info - Display note name and velocity bar in front of every note

         Cursor Ruler - Shows ruler cross attached to the cursor


         Make All Notes Visible – Make all hidden notes visible


         Composition Analysis - Invokes Composition Analysis dialog


         Zoom In – Increase the zoom of the editing area in all directions

         Zoom Out - Decrease the zoom of the editing area in all directions

         Default Zoom - Set default zoom for the editing area



         Edit Tool – Use this tool to select and edit existing notes

         Delete Tool – Use this tool to clean up erroneous notes

         New Note Tool – Use it to write new notes

         Play Tool - This tool allows to play notes by moving vertical cursor above them


         Tapping Tool... – Bring up the Tapping Tool for arrangement of bar lines


         Glue Note Mode – Enable notes gluing. In this mode overlapping notes are merged on move



         Select... – Bring up the Note Filter dialog in Selection mode

         Add to Selection... - Bring up the Note Filter dialog in Add to Selection mode

         Narrow Selection... - Bring up the Note Filter dialog in Remove from Selection mode


         View First Selected Note - Display first selected note

         View Last Selected Note - Display last selected note


         Add to Selection Mode – Add newly selected notes to current selection (equivalent to the Shift key)


         Select All – Select all notes in musical piece

         Invert Selection – Invert current selection

         Select None – Remove all notes from the selection



         Play To End – Play from current position to the end

         Play All – Play entire musical piece

         Play Screen – Play the fragment in the Editing Area

         Play Selection – Play all selected notes

         Record MIDI - Record MIDI notes with keyboard


         MIDI – Set MIDI only playing mode

         Audio – Set Audio file playing mode

         Audio+MIDI – Set synchronous MIDI and Audio playback

         MIDI Slowly – Set MIDI to play at reduced tempo


         Bar Metronome - Turn on playback metronome accenting every beat

         Loop Playback – Turn on auto-repeat after reaching to the end



         Create MIDI File – Create a MIDI file from the current Editor contents

         Edit MIDI Properties... – Open the MIDI File Properties dialog


         Set Piece Length – Opens dialog for changing piece duration


         Associate with Audio… – Select audio file that corresponds to the contents of the Editor  

         Open Associated Audio – Open audio file associated with the contents of the Editor in the Audio Window



         TrueTone Editor Options – Bring up the TrueTone Editor Options dialog


         Customize Editor Colors – Bring up the Editor Color Settings dialog


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