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    Captain of Water Music musicteach's Avatar
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    I always recommend MuseScore. It's what I personally use to write the scores for shows and such.
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    I mainly wanted to edit in stop control for Grand Orgue using Bx and Cx control and programme change commands. it looks to me as though every MIDI function and command is editable in MidiOchre. Many of the codes have no relevance for a pipe organ, but all those that are relevant work for me.
    Cheers MIKE.

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