Options for TS-MIDI Editor
TS-MIDI Editor allows you to quickly and effectively correct the results of the
automatic recognition (for example, by TS-AudioToMIDI). The editor is
designed similarly to a Piano Roll, i.e. the time axis is located horizontally,
and different positions on the vertical line correspond to different pitches.
Among the functions of TS-MIDI Editor, there are functions like adding/removing
notes; changing pitch and duration; playback of the result. Furthermore,
Note Editor allows saving intermediate results as special files (.tsme).
The editor lets you play a fragment of the MIDI file, therefore, allowing you
to remove erroneous notes, which could have appeared during the recognition
process, piece by piece.
For your convenience, the editor has several operating modes. In the editing
mode ('Edit Tool') you can move the notes, change their duration, create new
notes ('Create notes' option) and also 'glue' together the notes, erroneously
divided by the automatic algorithm ('Glue' Option). In 'Delete Tool' mode,
you can quickly remove the unnecessary notes at once. At any time, you can play
the entire composition or the assigned fragment, at a normal or slow speed.
One of the useful TS-MIDI Editor features is the ability of temporarily muting
the notes. In this case, the muted notes are displayed as colored boxes and
do not sound at playback. That way, you can evaluate the editing results,
with some specific notes muted or enabled.
Additional editor features include the scale selection, editing of the color
scheme ( 'Edit Color Scheme'), editing a specific note's attributes separately
(velocity, duration, channel, track, patch) as well as the attributes of the
new notes by default and the MIDI file's properties. You can cancel any number
of the produced manipulations at any time (Undo).