• Âhenkler ekranıDiapason: The left list presents the various diapasons used in Turkish music with their former and present-day names. Selecting one of these diapasons displays the Turkish music pitches as heard (transposed) and as notated on staff in the lower-right portion of the screen. The pie graph in the upper-right provides a visual comparison of the pitches of the Rast scale in the selected diapason versus the pitches in Western music.
  • Sağ ve sol kudüme zahmelerle usul vurma ekranıDizlere usul vurma ekranıUsul (Velveleli, Normal): Usuls that are commonly used in Turkish music are listed in the left portion of the screen. Selecting an usul will display its rhythmic pattern and works composed with this usul. Double-clicking one of these works will bring it up in the Scores/Lyrics section. It is possible to play the rhythmic pattern (both the regular form and the velveleli variant) of an usul with any of the available percussion instruments in any tempo and mertebe. When playing the regular form, the beat animation shows hands tapping on the knees; for the velveleli form, the rhythm is visualized with a pair of zahmes (baguettes) beating on a pair of kudüms.
  • Formlar ekranıForm: All known compositional forms in Turkish music are listed in the left. Selecting a form brings up all available information on the form and the list of works composed in this form. Double-clicking one of these works will display it in the Scores/Lyrics section. Forms that have a complex flow such as Şarkı and Peşrev are additionally shown with an animated diagram.
  • Makamlar ekranıMaqam: All the known maqams of Turkish music are shown in the left list. Selecting a maqam displays the scale of the maqam and works composed in this maqam. Double-clicking a work brings it up in the Scores/Lyrics section. It is possible to have the program play the selected maqam's scale in ascending and descending order, in any tempo and with any available instrument. It is also possible to play an improvisational passage based on the characteristics of the selected maqam to introduce the listener to these characteristics. Some maqams may comprise more than one scale which can also be played individually.
  • Perdeler ekranıPitch: The names of the pitches in Turkish music as well as their intervallic distance to the Kabaçargâh pitch are presented on a staff and a piano keyboard. Clicking a note on the staff or a key on the piano keyboard plays its sound. The whole scale can also be played in ascending and descending order.
  • Cinsler ekranıGenus: Tonal segments (Genus or Cins in Turkish) used in the construction of Turkish maqams are listed in the left. These tetrachords and pentachords can be played with any of the instruments available in any tempo and diapason. Some segments may have several variations which are also listed. The staff shows the pitch intervals in commas. All of these intervals can be listened to via the corresponding music player controls on the screen.