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There's no (hardware) MIDI support on the Iyonix though, is there? Or the possibility of input from a MIDI keyboard. I don't think Virtual RiscPC can offer MIDI input under RISC OS either...

That being the case, those users who rely on MIDI will perhaps gravitate toward the Omega, which offers MIDI hardware as standard. Of course, the Omega also will also run a copy of Sibelius 'as standard'.

It's nice to finally have a choice of machines, isn't it ;-)

 is a RISC OS UserStewy on 14/3/04 7:39PM
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