A MIDI file always consists of one or more tracks. Musical notes belonging to one track are usually represented as a separate parts upon opening with any note editor. Generally a single musical instrument is assigned to the whole track. TrueTone Editor possesses a panel designed for working with tracks, 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. You can also add or remove tracks from the Score Viewer with Track Editor.
The ability to give each track its own color can also be quite useful. Track notes are displayed according to a given color scheme by default, and using the Track Editor each track can be colored independently. Coloring scheme is kept together with the actual musical piece in TrueTone Editor files.