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 Figure 1.

To create a new melody press the button signed by number on Figure 1.
To open a file press the button signed by number on Figure 1.
To save a file press the button signed by number on Figure 1.


 Figure 2.

If you press the button 'Play' (see on Figure 2), program enqueues the edited melody for playing. Press the 'Stop play' button (see number on Figure 2) to stop playing.


 Figure 3.

The interface elements shown on Figure 3 allow to change the melody temp, which the program applies to the melody being edited. The 'New' dialog contains the same set of controls for setting the melody temp. You may read about that here.


 Figure 4.

The group of controls on Figure 4 defines sets of instruments. The drop-down list (see number on Figure 4) contains the full set of existing sets of instruments. When you choose a set from this list, the program sets the instruments and their volumes accordingly to the selected set of instruments.
To edit the selected set of instruments press the button signed number on Figure 4.
To delete the selected set of instruments press the button signed number on Figure 4.
To create the new set of instruments press the button signed number on Figure 4.

 Figure 5.

The program has seventeen lessons, which describe all process of melody creation. The drop-down list, that is signed by digit on the figure 5, allows to choose a particular lesson. Press the button that is located on the right of drop-down list (see number on Figure 5) to open the lesson.

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