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Postby newmusic » Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:32 am

Despite many of the developments in the Linux world, sound - ie. MIDI is one area that is still an issue.
It Just does not work straight out of the box.

I have an old music notation software program that loads in Wine but cannot get midi to sound.
I have been using Linux now almost exclusively for about 6 years, but I still have to use Windows to get midi - which most notation programs use.
The advice I get is to use Linux software - Well that is fine but there are no decent programs (or at least none that I know of)

Is any development going to take place in this area - or is it a specialist field?

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