Another something new! Exported the Raglan Road score from MuseScore as a midi file, brought it into Studio One where I Mixed it (with no changes) and saved it as an MP3. Ported it over to my phone via DropBox and got it into Pi Music Player in its own playlist with repeat turned on.
Then, using bluetooth to my hearing aids, was able to hear it playing and attempted to play along with it! Attempted being the key word. But I already feel a difference in playing it after just about 15 minutes. Time will tell how beneficial this will be!
But I'm optimistic!
fun aint it!? not to just information vomit like im inclined to do on some things...but once you have the midi in presonus you can look over on the right in the browser panel..select instruments...then assign any of those to the midi...a more realistic piano..violin..accordian if theres ine there..whatever. the only thing you may have to do extra is, depending on the instrument, drop or raise the octave by transposing ( its in a right click on top of the midi track ) bass wouldnt sound right way up in the violin register for example. also...at spitfire audio in the U.K. they have a section called LABS that has a bunch of high quality VST (virtual) instruments. for when you get to that point ; ) pretty sure you will eventually. Too much info maybe..use if helpful..