17th Oct, 2015
Rosegarden 15.10 “Oranges and Lemons” released
31st Aug, 2015
Rosegarden 15.08 “Nostalgia” released
18th Dec, 2014
Rosegarden 14.12 “Magic Carpet” released
3rd Mar, 2014
Rosegarden 14.02 “Kaleidoscope” released
28th Oct, 2013
Rosegarden 13.10 “Joie de Vivre” released
7th Feb, 2013
“Improving Your Linux System For Creating Music” tutorial by Aere Greenway is published.

Take a Tour of Rosegarden

Rosegarden is designed to be easy to use, attractive, and familiar. If you've some experience with other sequencer applications for other platforms, you should find it easy enough to get up and running with: even if you haven't, it's not hard.

This tour will quickly show a few of the things Rosegarden can do, and hopefully explain how Rosegarden can work at the centre of a whole world of music composition and editing software.

There are seven stops on this tour:

1. Editing – Intuitive ways to record and edit notes.

2. MIDI – Managing your MIDI ports, banks, programs and controllers without having to remember any numbers.

3. Notation – Entering, editing and printing score.

4. Audio – Recording, mixing, and using samples and effects.

5. Synths – Playing your MIDI tracks through hosted synths, for more accurate control.

6. Languages – The international state of Rosegarden.

7. Integration – How Rosegarden works together with other software.

Next: Editing