TrueTone Editor possesses a wide range of capabilities for editing musical notes. You may adjust start-time, pitch and duration in visual mode, moving notes about and changing their size. You can change the musical instrument being used, the loudness, and other note attributes using the Note Properties dialog.
Multiple Selection allows you to select any group of notes and adjust their attributes all at once, this is useful for:
Notes are selected according to standard rules: it is possible to add notes one-by-one to those already selected, and use the cursor to select a section of the Editing Area. Besides, the Editor allows you to select all notes lying within a certain time or frequency range by choosing a section of the Time-Ruler or piano keyboard.
Note: If you press Alt key when selecting notes by mouse marquee, notes that are intersected by the marquee are also selected.
In addition to changing attributes, you can perform other standard operations with the selected notes, such as cutting, copying, and deleting. Note selection can be temporarily muted without having to delete them. All performed actions can be canceled using the Undo function, or repeated using the Redo function; there is no limit for number of canceled or repeated actions.
Note Filter is a powerful tool for selecting notes using complicated criteria. This tool allows you to provide selection ranges for any note attributes, conjoined with arbitrary logic, and only notes satisfying these conditions will be selected. It is possible, for instance, to remove notes that are too short or too quiet, are assigned to a specific instrument, lie in higher pitch range, etc.