What is inexpensive pc software : to compose 88 key full-staff piano music : with clean playback

I want to COMPOSE 88 key full-staff classical PIANO music on pc (7 or 8) and need help in making inexpensive software purchase, so that I can compose and HEAR playback of my work cleanly at tempo -- re-writing / editing over-and-over in the messy process of creating original full-length finished compositions. PIANO ONLY for now. What could I buy that would work for me. I have a clunky 88 key electronic piano that I can fiddle out the notes with, and I can write sheet notes and put the notes into the computer. The playback is everything . . . . so that I can go back and forth and get the composition right. HELP ?? HELP ?? HELP ??
Asked Aug 25, 2014
I use an open source program called muse score for MuseScore for this. You can get it at http://musescore.org/en/download. Hope I helped!

Answered Aug 25, 2014
Edited Aug 25, 2014
That's impressive by seeing a passion for music and pianos. You can go with www.88keysmusicstudio.com where you get the descriptive lessons.
Answered Aug 29, 2014

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