Purpose of TrueTone Editor(tm)
TrueTone Editor is a special MIDI file editor, included in the WIDI Professional version. It enables you to quickly and efficiently correct the results of automatic recognition.
The design of the Editor is based on the principles of a Piano Roll, i.e. the time axis is positioned horizontally, and different points on the vertical line correspond to different pitches. The Editing Area combines the spectrogram of the initial musical piece and the recognized notes. This way TrueTone Editor enables the visual comparison of spectrogram peaks (reflected by color) and notes. Since the maximum values on the spectrogram as a rule correspond to musical notes, such a scheme is very convenient for editing recognition files, allowing you to successfully edit recognition results even if you have limited experience in working with music.
Among the basic functions of TrueTone Editor are included the capability of adding and deleting musical notes, adjusting the pitch and duration of notes, and playing back results - including synchronized play with the initial audio file. The Editor also lets you arrange bar-lines manually or by ear with the Tapping Tool. The Editor provides the means for working with tracks with a wide range of possibilities for grouping and combined note editing.
With TrueTone Editor you can also record new notes with you MIDI Keyboard, they are added to existing tracks as you play.
Score Viewer is a simple score visualization tool of the TrueTone Editor that shows musical score synchronized to the Piano-roll editor. While lacking many features of professional score publishing software, it is still powerful and tailored for refining recognized files. It contains features that assist in note visualization even if you have a complete mess of notes.
TrueTone Editor lets you save your results to a file having a special format (extension .wne), containing both musical notes and spectrogram, and also lets you export musical notes to a MIDI file.