Here's a good tip for the technoheads amongst you.
Fancy making music on your N900? Then get SunVox from here: SunVox.
You'll need to download the Windows, Linux, MacOS X, PalmOS and Windows Mobile version. It'll come down as a .zip file so you will need to have the .zip plugin for File Manager and the .deb installer installed on your device.
Download and extract the SunVox zip to your documents folder. Once done, start File Manager and find the SunVox files in your documents. Scroll down until you find the SunVox.deb file. (It'll be in a folder called SunVox with the other versions). Double tap the SunVox.deb file and it should install to the Multimedia folder, where you'll find the icon to run it.
There's a few example tracks and instruments to get you started. To get to the menus, just tap the spanner icons at top right and middle right. There's also a record button to record your creations and you can even convert them to .wav format to use them as ringtones.
With regards to clearing out the unnecessary files left over from the extraction/install process, I'll have a looksee and get back later to say what can safely be deleted to free up some storage space.
I guess it takes some digging about to find the functions. It reminds of when I used to piddle about with things like Octomed on the Commodore Amiga.
Of course I've grown up and moved on to heavier stuff now
The DJ to the music, like the turkey to the gravy..... Techno, techno, techno. Bisto, Bisto, Bisto.