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user8192 [Preface]
doc:manual-en [2014/06/27 14:54] (current)
tedfelix [About Rosegarden] Fix Qt link
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 Rosegarden provides three distinct ways of viewing, editing, and entering MIDI events, including a powerful notation editor that provides many advanced features not typically found in the notation facility of MIDI sequencers. Underneath these three editors, Rosegarden provides a segment-based mechanism for arranging blocks of MIDI and audio data on a canvas that brings something akin to the flexibility of a layer-based image editing program to the realm of music. Rosegarden provides three distinct ways of viewing, editing, and entering MIDI events, including a powerful notation editor that provides many advanced features not typically found in the notation facility of MIDI sequencers. Underneath these three editors, Rosegarden provides a segment-based mechanism for arranging blocks of MIDI and audio data on a canvas that brings something akin to the flexibility of a layer-based image editing program to the realm of music.
  
-Rosegarden is built using [[http://qt.nokia.com|Qt]] -- A cross-platform application and UI framework.  It uses ALSA to provide MIDI support, and JACK for audio, both of which limit Rosegarden to Linux for the time being, but that should hopefully change in the future, with OS-X being the next most accessible platform, and Windows the most difficult to reach.+Rosegarden is built using [[http://qt-project.org/|Qt]] -- A cross-platform application and UI framework.  It uses ALSA to provide MIDI support, and JACK for audio, both of which limit Rosegarden to Linux for the time being, but that should hopefully change in the future, with OS-X being the next most accessible platform, and Windows the most difficult to reach.
  
 ==== About this Manual ==== ==== About this Manual ====
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 {{doc:rg-trackbutton-labels.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing track labels}} {{doc:rg-trackbutton-labels.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing track labels}}
  
-The button area to the left of the segment canvas shows you the track number, mute and record status, and the label of the track. You can mute or unmute a track by clicking on the blue LED-style button, and select a particular track as a record target by clicking on the red one. To change the track label, double-click on it.+The button area to the left of the segment canvas shows you the track number, mute and record status, and the label of the track. You can mute or unmute a track by clicking on the blue LED-style button, and select a particular track as a record target by clicking on the yellow one. To change the track label, double-click on it.
  
 {{doc:rg-trackbutton-instruments.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing instrument assignments}} {{doc:rg-trackbutton-instruments.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing instrument assignments}}
  
-Track labels are only shown if the **Settings → Show Track Labels** menu option is enabled. Otherwise, as in this picture, the instrument assignments for the tracks are shown instead+Track labels are only shown if the **View → Show Track Labels** menu option is enabled. Otherwise, as in this picture, the instrument assignments for the tracks are shown instead
 ===== Tracks and instruments ===== ===== Tracks and instruments =====
  
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 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
  
-{{http://rosegardenmusic.com/wiki/rg-transport.png|Rosegarden's Transport window}}+{{doc:rg-transport.png|Rosegarden's Transport window}}
  
-If the transport isn't visible, you can activate it with **Settings → Show Transport**.+If the transport isn't visible, you can activate it with **View → Show Transport**.
  
 The transport shows the time reached by the playback pointer, in seconds by default. The transport shows the time reached by the playback pointer, in seconds by default.
 
 
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