If only you were born today.
You would have written far more than
Assuming that you’d get better health care and would probably reap the financial benefits of our copyright laws, you’d also have a swell time composing music on the computer.
You wouldn’t have to jot down a single crotchet, because everything you play would be automatically converted to score. In real time.
You could replay every note you’ve written at the press of a button. You could change the tempo at any point in time.
Also, if you should ever change your mind about the key signature, you could always get your software to do a simple transposition.
You could listen to how your masterpiece sounded like, in different room sizes.
You would have had a much easier time doing your work. But I’m sure there’s a certain charm to scribbling down your ideas with quill and ink.