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If you are looking for a free solution, Tuxguitar can help. It does have a midi input and a PDF output. It will work on windows, linux, and mac. However, you might have to do a bit of clean up; it won't know what key you are using or anything like that.
Normally, you'd need a computer to connect the Yamaha P-105 to, since its USB interface is only of the "to-host" kind, i.e. it needs a USB host, which acts as the controller of the USB connection. Also the computer is needed to interpret the incoming MIDI-over-USB data and route it into your music software or to another MIDI interface attached to your ...
Very easy, use the opensource software (read free) MuseScore. It allows you to input the sheet (imports different formats and lets you put the notes by hand), play them for you and export to pdf and MIDI files among others. Just try a few settings for the missing notes in musescore, the playback function will tell you if it is correct or not. You don't ...
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