TrueTone Editor offers a wide range of capabilities for setting up its appearance and style of operation. Tools and toolbars can be attached to the window border as well as left floated. One can change the number of buttons as well as their position on the tool panels using the Context Menu.
The Editor's color scheme is customized using the Color Settings dialog. The dialog sets colors for the background and note borders, selection colors and the spectrogram. Color settings can be saved and restored.
In addition to editing, the Editor allows to set time and pitch display scale independently. Note Map window enables you to see the entire musical piece and currently displayed fragment, and also allows to navigate through the composition by moving red frame with mouse pointer.
Composition Analysis can be also performed from the Editor, both for just recognized or opened MIDI file.
The TrueTone Editor Options dialog lets you specify the style of operation of the Editor to accommodate a variety of situations. You can set up the Focusing position in the selected area, specify the way the operation history is presented, establish the default settings for the Selection mode, and customize other aspects of operation as well.
TrueTone editor allows to record MIDI data from any available MIDI device, such as a keyboard plugged into the computer. Notes recorded are added to the existing material, helping to create new arrangement to the part that has been already transcribed. New Note Properties dialog sets up track and instrument that is used for recorded notes. If this track does not exist, it is created automatically when recording starts.