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Rosegarden is an open source (GPL) Digital Audio Workstation program for Linux. It acts as an audio and MIDI sequencer, score editor and musical composition and editing tool. It is intended as a replacement for such applications as Cubase.

Rosegarden does not include a software synthesizer, but works with ALSA soft synthesizers such as IIWU Synth and Timidity.

Current versions are Rosegarden-2 and Rosegarden-4. Rosegarden-2 is several years old and has limited features, but works stably on old machines and Unix-like systems other than Linux. Rosegarden-4 is the current version and is the recommended version for use and development.

The Rosegarden project was started at the University of Bath in 1993. Rosegarden-2 became a GNU project in 1995. The current version, Rosegarden-4, was started in April 2000.

Rosegarden's lead developer is Richard Bown.


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