Changed very little over the last decade, but 2.75 introduces new file format.
Everything, except sound.
What does not
Nothing does not work, but the product relies on the underlying OS having a working MIDI synth, which is not installed by default on most Linux distros.... this is not a failing in the product, or in Wine.
Sound output requires a native MIDI synth which is not a standard feature of most Linux distros, I solved this by installing "fluidsynth", and running in a console, specifying "pulseaudio" as the output, and the provided soundfont from /usr/share/sounds/sf2/FluidR3_GM.sf2
Something like:- fluidsynth -a pulseaudio /usr/share/sounds/sf2/FluidR3_GM.sf2
(Some users have reported successusing "Timidity" also).
What was not tested
Hardware MIDI in/out (I have no reason to suspect that this would not work, since Wine appears to be able to map MIDI devices into the Windows environment).
I really consider this to be closer to "Platinum", it runs without any extra components, VC runtimes etc... and the fact that you have to have a MIDI compatible synth seems obvious really, it's just co-incidental that Windows includes a basic MIDI synth by default.
Note that 2.75 allows you to use the file converter found here:-
to export the files to other products such as Musescore etc. (many of which can run natively)
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 18.04 "Bionic" amd64 (+variants like Kubuntu)||Aug 28 2018||3.13||Yes||Yes||Yes||Gold||A. James Lewis|