So far I've only programmed my DR-770 the hard way - using step entry on the drum machine itself. I'm now interested in programming it in MIDI on my PC and using the drum machine as a sound module. I currently use n-Track for multitracking and it has a built in MIDI sequencer. However, the editor is a piano roll editor and I'm having a tough time getting the feel of it. Maybe it just takes some time to get used to it, but I'm now wondering if there's software that uses a more "traditional" kind of editor. In other words, staffs, measures, actual notes for the rhythm, etc. I've done some searching here and some other BBSs (Homerecording, HitSquad, FDP Home Recording Forum, and Expert Forums), but so far I haven't found anything that seems to match what I'm looking for. So my questions are: 1) Does such a reasonably-priced package exist? I'd prefer something that's priced more like shareware than one that costs several hundred dollars and is aimed at pros. For example, I love n-Track and it only cost me $35. I really want to stay below $100 if possible. 2) Has anybody used such a program? If so, how did editing this way compare to using a piano roll over the long-term? Thanks.