Release Notes: This is a huge milestone release, the first in a very long time. Lots of refactoring was done, greatly improving the internal architecture, modularizing lots of internal components, and adding more KDE3 standardization. Full-featured Guitar Pro 4 import support was added. Song printing and display were improved by including classic notation. A new chord finder was added, so one can instantly get a chord by its text name. The melody editor was improved, adding scales and modes and better interactivity. MIDI playback was improved. Many usability fixes and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release is officially ported to KDE3, and basic KDE help center documentation is introduced. There are more usability features (zooming and navigation), new tools (a melody/solo editor and a rhythm constructor), support for native Qt tablature printing (with standard notescore notation), a more complete MIDI playback feature, more complete MusicXML support, and new Guitar Pro 3 import support. There is a lot of refactoring and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: Unified MIDI capability was added with the TSE3 library, providing MIDI playback, MIDI export, chord player, and more. All MIDI-related code was rewritten to use only TSE3 and nothing else. Basic MusicXML support and Guitar Pro 2 import were implemented. Native tabulature printing was implemented. Lots of new tabulature effects and features were added, and lots of bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release has a major change in the whole application song handling ideology. Multitracking support has been implemented. There is a basically functional drum track mode and a special feature for automatic bass line generation from a rhythm track. The editing options cut, copy, paste, undo, and redo have been added. There is a new strumming pattern rule which is much more flexible, and allows chords or parts of chords rhythms. There are lots of various bugfixes and optimizations.