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Upgrading to Windows 10
For the most part, NoteWorthy Composer and its companion NWC Viewer, will work fine on Windows 10. However, there is a problem with using the Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth for play back. In Windows 10, there are problems with the verification methods used by NoteWorthy Composer in Tools, Options, Midi while getting access to the requested MIDI devices. The issue and a work around is described further in our blog:

Windows 10: Configuring Play in Version 2.51a (and older)
https://blog.noteworthycomposer.com/info/windows-10-configuring-play-in-version-2-51a/

See also:

Topic: Beta Preview 43 (the MIDI Mapper)
https://forum.noteworthycomposer.com/?topic=9169.0
  • Last Edit: 2015-07-30 10:29 pm by NoteWorthy Online

Re: Upgrading to Windows 10
Reply #1
Thanks for the info.  That will be good to know when upgrading to Windows 10 in the next few days.
John

Re: Upgrading to Windows 10
Reply #2
The NWC 2.75 beta preview now includes a complete work around for this problem.

Re: Upgrading to Windows 10
Reply #3
The issue described in this topic does not seem to exist in Windows 10 - Build 10586.0.

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Re: Upgrading to Windows 10
Reply #4
NoteWorthy version 2.75 on Windows 10 Version 1511 (Build 10586.3) plays OK using the MS GS Wavetable Synth

Lionel Modra

Re: Upgrading to Windows 10
Reply #5
NoteWorthy version 2.75 on Windows 10 Version 1511 (Build 10586.3) plays OK using the MS GS Wavetable Synth

Version 2.75 includes a work around for the bug found in earlier Windows 10 builds. It appears as though Microsoft finally got around to fixing the Windowes 10 GS Wavetable Synth problems (apparently fixed in build 10586). This is helpful for older NWC versions.