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Two Computers with Midi Interface A jOrgan implementation as the MIDI relaying component of a music-generating second

computer working from musical notation media, is the subject of Chapter 9, “jOrgan Computer With Music Notation Front End Computer.”

Ergonomic Adaptations Chapter 10 describes some physical changes you might want to make to your console

environment in order to make your jOrgan easier to play.

How Developers Do It Chapter 11 is an introduction to the elements used by developers of jOrgan dispositions and the

steps they follow in building dispositions for themselves and the jOrgan user community.

Figuring Out Dispositions Chapter 12 builds upon the material in Chapter 11 and provides additional guidance in solving

problems with and understanding jOrgan dispositions.

With Real Pipe-and-Windchest Organs Chapter 13 introduces the notion of using jOrgan as the front end to a real pipe organ, as well as

generalizing that concept to include other MIDI-driven real (non-virtual) instruments.

What Beginners Want To Know Chapter 15 is a compendium of frequently asked-and-answered questions (FAQs) from other

beginners that may provide answers to questions that you may have.

Revised 5/30/2011

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