On Sun, 21 Nov 2004 08:16:28 +1030, Bubble Girl
> I play alto recorder. I have a severe allergy to desktop computer parts and print. For me, PDA is it! I want to use a PPC Midi player as I did my old desktop version of Midisoft studio 4. In short, a program I can load up midis I've downloaded, transpose (ie - up or down 5 steps) and mute the track I am to play, and play it with the track rolling across so I can read my part as it plays.
> I'm desperate to find a program such as this because it's the only way I can have sheet music. PLEASE HELP!!! Pocket PC can be programmed with C/C++ and VB - could someone make a version for Pocket PC??
Erm, wow :)
Actually, if you install Linux/Opie on you iPAQ or whatever you use,
you can compile some Qt/KDE based apps like Rosegarden for it. But it
might require getting an external memory card. I'm not really sure
that an application like KDE will look fine on that tiny screen
Porting RG to native Windows environment is not possible, because RG
relies on KDE libs, and they work in Cygwin environment only. Besides,
compilation of any Qt application in native Windows environment it
requires a license from Qt, which is about $1000. And I'm not sure
that QT apps work on Pocket PC at all.