I'm creating Midi files of classical music for my own personal enjoyment. For this, I've always used the notation software Finale. I have Finale 25 on my PC. But one day I asked a Midi related question
in the Finale forum, and they replied that using Finale for Midi is "a bit unfair" and that I should use other software.
I'm comfortable with Finale but I wonder if there's a program which suits me better.
Unfortunately, I don't know what programs I should use. I have the programs Sekaiju and the Midi Editor, but it's
a bit uncomfortable to make Midis of classical music with them, in my opinion. And I tried out Noteworthy Composer,
but it doesn't have all the features I need, like displaying minor keys.
I have a Midi keyboard but I can't use it because of physical limitations. I bought it just for fun but it's too large and heavy for me to use,
let alone that I can't play the piano or keyboard very well. So I'm creating the Midis by hand.
I need a preferably comfortable program with which I can make classical music Midis. Do you have any suggestions for me?
Thank you for your help!