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You want a DNLA streaming app for your iPhone, which can play a music library via a DLNA server running on your PC. For the PC side, google "windows DLNA server" will get you current choices, but at this time there are Plex, Tversity, and Twonky On the iPhone side, look at apps like Media:connect. There are summaries of current choices online, like this ...
There are many brands of MIDI to USB adapters available on the market. They cost about US$40 or less. Here is one example, the M-Audio Uno. She can record her performances on GarageBand, which is a piece of Apple software that comes free with the MacBook Pro.
I can't offer you another option, but I have run into the sharing issue as well. Occasionally my iPhone will connect very slowly and not show my entire library. The fix that has always worked for me, is to remove and then reset the home sharing Apple ID from the iPhone Music settings. This seems to reset everything to how it should be and has solved my ...
Check out Subsonic. It's free and can stream to almost any device with a web browser. There's also and native iPhone client (and native clients for several other platforms). It can stream a stand alone music library or an existing iTunes library. It's pretty easy to setup. Basically just run the installer and point it to your music folder. I've been using ...
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