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© July 2004 Tony Lawrence

NoteEdit for Linux

I don't grok music. Never have understood it, in spite of being fascinated by it from an early age. I've tried to learn to play piano more than once, and failed miserably every time. Something in my alleged brain just doesn't get it. I do enjoy music, especially classical, and you'll catch me singing along (off key, of course) to some rock and roll song now and then, but I'm sure I don't experience it in quite the same way most people do.

Anyway, for those of you who have the interest and the understanding, this Linux project even imports MIDI files. The author says that part does have some limitations, and may need some human assistance, but does work well for some music.

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