Tablature is written to the screen using a specially designed keyboard, so that once learned, input is very fast. The computer assigns each tablature cipher to one of up to six polyphonic voices, and gives it a color. In the transcription, each voice is rhythmically independent, with the correct notes values and rests, etc. You can change voice number for individual tab ciphers to shape the transcription as you wish, or let the program do it automatically. You then decide how you want the transcription to appear. The possibilities include setting all of the voices together on one or two staves or keeping one voice per stave; deciding which clefs to use; deciding whether to set the tablature stave above or below the transcription (or to omit the transcription altogether), etc. When making the transcription, the program performs a musical analysis of each bar to decide when to include or exclude sharps and flats, yet these things can also be determined manually. There are many control variables, so that almost every aspect of the transcription can be determined.