5th Jun, 2019
Rosegarden 19.06 “Xerxes” released
12th Dec, 2018
Rosegarden 18.12 “Worcestershire” released
6th Jun, 2018
Rosegarden 18.06 “Vesper” released
17th Feb, 2018
Rosegarden 17.12.1 “Ultimate Pleasure” released
20th Dec, 2017
Rosegarden 17.12 “Ultimate Pleasure” released
19th Apr, 2017
Rosegarden 17.04 “Twice in a Blue Moon” released
18th Jul, 2016
Rosegarden 16.06 “Rhapsody in Blue” released
29th Feb, 2016
Rosegarden 16.02 “Querida” released
31st Dec, 2015
Rosegarden 15.12 “Peace” released
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

Tour 4: Audio

It's easy to record and mix audio clips with the rest of your composition: you can even drag-and-drop existing audio files from your desktop's file manager straight onto the main window, and arranging audio tracks is just like arranging MIDI ones. Move, snap, resize, zoom, repeat, and let Rosegarden's sample-accurate audio engine do the hard work.

There's a capable but straightforward audio mixer window to adjust levels and audio routing. You can have as many audio tracks as your hardware will support, and route them through up to eight submaster groups with five insert effect slots per track.

Rosegarden uses the Linux standard LADSPA plugin API, so it supports hundreds of existing free plugins – and for those with an engineering bent, the open and easy-to-learn plugin standard makes it a fun platform for studying signal processing and developing new effects.

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