Definitions for "tonality "
The principle of key in music; the character which a composition has by virtue of the key in which it is written, or through the family relationship of all its tones and chords to the keynote, or tonic, of the whole.
Relationship to a keynote or pivotal tone for a harmonic system.
This feature groups your stories according to the tone expressed in the stories - positive, negative or neutral. This is accomplished through technology and the use of natural language process, and includes a comparison between the company and the competitors selected.
Keywords:  shade, dominates, tint, hue, gray
tint or shade of color
The tonality in a photograph refers to the variations of the different shades of black and white. The greater the shades of black and white are, the better the tonality. A photo consisting of mostly gray does not have good tonality.
Arrangement of colors in a painting so that one color dominates the work of art
Tonality is a GUI-driven utility that streamlines the typical B&W image conversion process. It thumbnails images in B&W for quick preview. It allows previews based on individual color channels. It also makes adjusting individual channel contributions without changing the overall exposure easy.
Keywords:  depth, bit, gray, pixel, scale
Pixel depth or bit depth.
Black and white, gray-scale, or color. Expressed in terms of bit-depth.
subjective term that refers to the clarity and accuracy of the sound of an instrument or group of instruments. It can also refer to those qualities in vocal reproduction.
the "look and feel" of a commercial as reflected in its sets, lighting, camera movement, image quality, casting and message.