Sonic Visualiser for Linux 4.2 freeware
Sonic Visualiser is an application for viewing and analysing the contents of music audio files.
Sonic Visualiser is the program you need when you find a musical recording you want to study rather than simply hear.We hope Sonic Visualiser will be of particular interest to musicologists, archivists, signal-processing researchers and anyone else looking for a friendly way to take a look at what lies inside the audio file. ...
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|Keywords||audio analyzer, audio visualization, audio analysis, personalizer, spectrum, waveform|
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|4.2||Aug 14, 2020||New Release||Speed up startup, especially on Windows and especially when a lot
of plugins are installed. Plugins are now scanned after the main
window has been displayed, and the Transform menus are populated
dynamically when the results are available.
Fix incompatibility of 64-bit Windows build with Windows 7
|4.0.1||Dec 11, 2019||New Release||Fix nonsense vertical scale in NoteLayer when displaying a model with non-Hz scale (e.g. from an analysis plugin that outputs MIDI note values)
Fix failure to open playback device when using macOS Catalina with certain audio devices
Fix failure to make installed executables executable when compiling and installing the source package
|3.3||Apr 25, 2019||New Release||- Add support for reading the Opus audio codec on all platforms
- Add support for WMA and AAC formats on 64-bit Windows. (AAC was
already supported on macOS.) Note that AAC support on Windows does
not support "gapless" import, i.e. removing the encoder gaps at
start and end of the stream
- Add ability to choose the field separator when importing CSV and
CSV-like files, if more than one possible candidate separator is
found in the file
- Fix crash when closing session or starting a new session while
calculating alignment of multiple audio files
- Fix crash when running certain plugins that call for
frequency-domain input at non-power-of-two block sizes
- Fix wandering left edge of measure-tool rectangle while dragging
out the area
- Ensure that plugin stderr debug output is logged to the SV log file