Thanks for your prompt response.
"Why not install Windows?" I may have to but this would be the last resort. For the 2% of the
Windows capabilities that I would use, there is a lot of excess baggage to deal with. And I am
tired of having to deal with all the virus and malware threats. Plus there are a bunch of other
objections to Microsoft's business practices and forced obsolescence.
"What apps?" I have a couple of music apps--Midi-Notate from Notation Software that translates
midi files into sheet music, has lots of features for manipulating the score, and plays the
midi selections, and, Write Music 2000 that lets the user write score with the mouse plus other
related stuff I don't use much of. These are both narrow niche products and it is understandable
that the authors would see little profit in having a Mac version.
I checked out Wine and did not find either app listed.
Nothing exotic or technically demanding about the apps. Even the most modest games are probably
several times more involved and stress the computer resources accordingly.
Thanks for your help.