This may be anti-open, but here it goes. I think if
you want to copyright a piece of music in the U.S.A,
it needs to be in standard music notation. This
requirement may be a Library of Congress requirement,
but I am not sure.
Anyway, if you want to publish and protect a MIDI
piano-roll composed piece of music, you need some way
of converting it to standard notation and printing it
out. It doesn't get much easier than importing a MIDI
file into noteedit!
And for those of us who are not proficient with a MIDI
keyboard, transcribing a piece of music from paper to
noteedit and then exporting it to MIDI is a great
starting point for learning music and songs.
The best thing about noteedit is that you don't need
Rosegarden+Lilypond to run it.
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