Tone Blocks

Staccato block shortens the length of the actual note - making them tighter bursts - while maintaining the specified rhythmic value of the notes.
Slur block lengthens the sustain of notes - running longer than the noted duration and blending it into the next note - while maintaining the specified rhythmic value of the notes.
Crescendo block will increase (or decrease) the volume of the contained notes by a specified amount for every note played. For example, if you have 3 notes in sequence contained in a Crescendo block with a value of 5, the final note will be at 15% more than the original value for volume.
Set volume block will change the volume of the notes. The default is 50; the range is 0 (silence) to 100 (full volume).
Set Relative Volume block modifies the clamped note's volume according to the input value of the block in an added (or subtracted when negative) percentage with respect to the original volume.For example,100 would mean doubling the current volume.
Vibrato Block adds a rapid variation in pitch to any contained notes. The intensity of the variation ranges from 1 to 100 (cents), e.g. plus or minus up to one half step. The rate argument determines the rate of the variation.
The Set Key block will change the key and mode of the mapping between solfege, e.g., Do, Re, Mi, to note names, e.g., C, D, E, when in C Major. Modes include Major and Minor, Chromatic, and a number of more exotic modes, such as Bebop, Geez, Maqam, etc. This block allows users to access "movable Do" within Music Blocks, where the mapping of solfege to particular pitch changes depending on the user's specified tonality.
Contains the current key and mode, by default, the C Major.