Resonic Setup 0.9.3b freeware
Resonic is a slick audio player and browser / directory player, built around a big waveform view/frequency analyzer. It plays music files, sounds, and samples out of existing folder structures. It's built to be fast, reliable, and powerful, without the bloat, but with exceptional usability.
|OS||Windows 10, Win10, Win10 x64, Windows 8.1, Win8.1, Win8.1 x64, Windows 8, Win8, Win8 x64, Windows 7, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64|
|Installation||Install and Uninstall|
|Keywords||mp3, mp4, player, music, browser, sample, manager, sample, browser, music, player, audio, player, media, multimedia, directory, folder, samples, windows, wave, waveform, library, analyzer, spectrum|
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|0.9.3b||Mar 21, 2019||Beta||Stability:
- Resonic now warns you on startup when settings cannot be saved properly, or
the Windows Defender 'Controlled folder access' feature might be affecting Resonic's operation. Learn more: https://resonic.at/notes/windows-defender
(reported: D. Tremblay)
- Pro: Resonic now warns you when audio extraction fails because of full or write-protected disks.
- Fixed a randomly occuring crash that could be triggered by resizing the meta panel.
- Fixed a possible deadlock when using the filter while scanning folders.
(reported: A. Mor)
- More resilient save and restore of preferences.
- File operations (e.g., file deletes) that require a user interaction (e.g., on missing permissions)
will now show a dialog instead of failing silently.
- Restored Windows Vista compatibility. Be advised though that Vista support
will be removed for good in a future update.
- Pro: 'Fix filenames for Unreal Engine' option that makes filenames produced by Resonic drag & drop
extraction + slice export, and cropping, digestable by the Unreal Engine's bowels,
counteracting a bug in UE asset file handling. (09302) To change the option click the marker button (next to A-B-) and find the option in each of the
two independent 'Extraction settings' menus. (reported: M. Gray)
- Pro: The header bar now shows the tempo in bpm, when available from the file's embedded metadata,
or alternatively an educated guess based on filename and other metadata. (09305) Also shown is tempo in bpm with the pitch shifting _applied_, i.e. after changing the audio frequency,
which goes hand in hand with the duration and pitched duration displays.
- Implemented some high DPI improvements for the browser.
- New button in sound preferences that opens the Windows sound control panel
or the ASIO driver control panel for the selected device in sound preferences. The button ('...') is located right of the device selection.
- Fixed a tooltip drawing issue.
- Faster meta panel updates.
- Added 'Show level meter' to visualization button context menu.
- Axed colors in status bar notifications when switching between click modes (SCM/DCM)
or operating modes (DETAIL/BULLET).
- New experimental oscilloscope visualization, accessible via menu, button, or F12. (09308) Channels are mixed down to mono, and a fixed 50 ms window is being used (i.e., the width can fit ~20 Hz.) A left click seeks to an absolute position in file, just like it does with the other visualizations,
and is not tied to any oscilloscope functions.
- You can now click the Resonic logo to open the about box, or CTRL-click it to open the website.
- Pro: Any number of sampler loops (e.g., sustaining/release) and generic regions embedded in WAV and AIFF
audio files are now visualized in the waveform view, and can be used for looping. (09310) Like most parts of Resonic they are currently still read-only and can thus not be altered.
- Pro: Bigger and more visible selection drag rectangle.
- Eliminated two minor glitches (ruler, and when waveform not loaded yet.)
- Some columns could not be set to reasonable sizes on high-resolution (e.g., 4K) screens.
(reported: J. Rubens)
- Corrected rename logic. When renaming a file (F2) the focused file now takes precedence,
followed by the first selected file, and finally the active (loaded) file.
(reported: R. Radet)
- Pro: Fixed customized file list copy not working via context menu, but only via shortcut
- Pro: The 'Sample rate' setting in sound preferences lets you select a desired sample rate
to open the output audio device with. (09304) For ASIO devices: When a specific sample rate is selected the ASIO driver will be instructed to switch
the device to that rate. To leave the device rate untouched select 'Let driver decide', which is
important when using ASIO in multi-client mode, i.e., multiple applications actively use the same driver. Most ASIO devices are limited to ASIO/WDM multi-client (e.g., ASIO in one main application, WASAPI
in several others at the same time) and only a few devices (e.g., RME) support ASIO/ASIO multi-client
(e.g., ASIO in several applications at the same time). In any case, when using an ASIO card in multi-client mode, sample rates must match across all applications
actively using the driver, so it is best to keep the sample rate option on 'Let driver decide',
and let another application be the sample rate master.
- Experimental exclusive WASAPI mode lets you select sampling rate, channel count, and dithering. This is a work in progress in need of your feedback!
- Pro: 'Channel offset' setting in sound preferences renamed to 'First output' for clarity,
and extended with a channel selection button ('...') that shows your ASIO output channels
and lets you pick the first channel by name. (09307) This is mainly useful for soundcards with many different output channels.
- Pro: Visual selection of the first output channel for ASIO devices in sound preferences. The new button ('...') is located right of the 'First output' input box.
- Pro: Fixed uninitialized batch targets not processing files properly.
(reported: B. Geller)
- Pro: Metadata support and new file list columns: (09301) 'Origination Date' (combined BWF origination date and time) 'Sample Type' shows whether file is a loop or a one-shot, if known (visible by default) 'Tech Flags' shows which information sources are available in the file's metadata (e.g. BWF, CART)
and were read by the Resonic meta core. 'Master Speed' shows the iXML master speed value in frames per seconds (e.g. 29.97) 'Current Speed' shows the iXML current speed value in frames per seconds 'Time Signature' shows the musical meter (e.g. 4/4) (also available for MIDI files, initial meter) To enable any of these columns right-click the file list, and select 'Columns'. (09309)
- Pro: Read and use release dates embedded in Soundminer metadata.
- Pro: Read disc IDs (CD serials) embedded in certain files (e.g. iTunes mp4, xiph),
display in meta panel.
- Pro: Read and display (not use!) various embedded replay gain settings,
including ReplayGain v1/v2 track/album gain and peak, algorithm, R128 loudness level and range,
and R128 album gain for Opus (Opus playback ignores the gain by default.)
- Pro: Corrected display of sample values in meta panel (track/album peak, etc.),
now also displaying value in its dBFS representation.
- Less restrictive parsing and merging of partial dates,
e.g., 2019-00-00 is widely used by tagging software and now accepted as well.
- Pro: Time signature is read from Standard MIDI files (only first change is used) (09309)
- Pro: More resilient iXML loader now loads potentially damaged content (produced by certain
Sound Devices hardware.)
- Pro: New filter option 'Match all words' (see filter options, or press ALT-A when the filter
box is open) makes Resonic match all words instead of an exact phrase. (09306) There is also a new button in the filter bar showing either "wrds" (match words) or "phrs" (match phrase.) For example, "car off" would then also match "car driving off". (suggested: A. Turner)
- Changed button captions in filter bar for clarity: "cs" becomes "case" for case-sensitive matching, and "*?" becomes "wild" for wildcard matching (using * and ? placeholders.) "fn" remains as it is for filename-only matching.
- A dedicated button on the right-hand side of the status bar indicates the type of device that is in use,
i.e., NONE, ASIO, WAS (WASAPI), WAS-EX (exclusive WASAPI), or DS (DirectSound). Click it to go directly to the audio output device options.
- Note that all buttons that show a tiny arrow in the bottom right when you hover over them
can be right-clicked for a context menu, exposing more functionality.
|0.8.9b||Aug 2, 2017||Beta||Release Summary:
- This release updates both Player and Pro, and introduces the first set of Pro features for batch
processing ('Batch Targets'), a what-you-hear recording feature (record button), it improves
the musical spectrum, adds metadata support for MIDI files, adds basic CART metadata support
for radio automation users, lets you start different copies (not instances) of Resonic
at the same time, and comes with many bug fixes.
- Pro: Batch Targets feature (batch processing.) Fixed copy/move/decode/convert target folders can be created in the new right sidebar
(which can be toggled with F6, analogous to the left sidebar and F4) by dragging folders
onto the 'Targets' tab. Each target can receive files and folders for whatever action is assigned to it. Additional conversion options are available through the right-click menu, ranging from
simple copy/move to audio decoding (to .wav), sample format conversion (bit depth,
sample rate, channel count). Targets are accessible from the (new) right sidebar (through F6, or the button in the status bar),
which is shown by default on first start of a fresh installation. More features are to be added in future versions. See https://resonic.at/docs/batch-targets for more information.
- Pro: Recording feature ('what you hear'.) Press the record button (transport bar) to record what is currently being played through Resonic,
including pitch shifting, volume, seeking, live looping, and slice triggering via keyboard keys. Recorded audio is stored as .wav files in the 'Recorded Audio' folder in the Resonic user
profile (in user 'Documents') which is also directly accessible through the browser. Click the status message after recording to start playing the file directly. This feature is intended to be used for sound design, creative idea finding, or as an audio sketch pad. To use recording you must use either a WASAPI or ASIO device for playback. See https://resonic.at/docs/recording for more information.
- Pro: Musical spectrum and its note/octave estimation have been reduced to a more
useful range of keys (C0..G8), bar scaling has been updated, bars are now colored
by average intensity, and fading peak hold has been added.
- Pro: Standard MIDI files are now fully integrated into the Resonic meta core,
estimating MIDI file duration, reading copyright, timed markers with labels,
musical key (first key signature change), track count (non-empty tracks),
MIDI format (0, 1, or 2), pattern count (for format 2 files), PPQ, and tempo in BPM. If there are multiple tempo changes in a file an average tempo will be displayed
in the file list, and the BPM will be put in brackets. As a special feature Resonic also displays the number of unique instrument patches
used in the MIDI file in the 'Instrument Count' column.
- Pro: Added 'Cropped Audio' to browser to quickly access this standard folder in the
Resonic user profile (in user 'Documents'.)
- Pro: Crop progress display in status bar,
for both the "Crop selection" and the "Crop selection and play" feature.
- Pro: Added right-click menu to A-B button for a few selection commands. Note that the Play, Stop, and Headphones buttons also have their own right-click menus.
- Pro: The current mouse-selected region in the waveform is now automatically saved before
it is modified or cleared, which means you won't accidentally lose the the region. The last region can be restored by right-clicking the A-B button, or through the marker
button menu, using "Restore last selection." If a region already exists and a new one is created this feature toggles between
the last one and the current one. This feature is also available as a global hotkey.
- Pro: Much improved behavior of "Crop selection and play" feature (renders the selected
waveform region to a new audio file and starts playing it): Before the new (cropped) file starts playing the selected waveform region is cleared,
the current pitch settings (semitones/cents) are cleared, and the loop button
is enabled (repeating the new file.) Note that the last selected region can now also be restored through the marker
menu, or by right-clicking the A-B button ("Restore last selection".)
- Pro: New global hotkey for "Loop on/off", which toggles single-file repeat.
- Pro: AIFF metadata improvements, and reading comment chunks.
- It is now possible to run different copies of Resonic Pro and Player at the same time
as long as the database paths are different. You could for example start a portable Player, a portable Pro, another portable Pro,
and a regularily installed Pro in parallel. Starting the same copy multiple times is not supported yet; it was removed
during the Alpha to Beta rework for database stability reasons.
- You can now CTRL-C the version information when the about dialog is open.
- Headphones crossfeed presets (BS2B); right-click the headphones button
to access them. (#1224)
- New item in column popup menu to quickly hide the clicked column.
- Pro: Metadata support for compressed AIFF files (.aifc).
- Added indication of floating point files in bit depth column (using an 'f', e.g., "32f")
- Pro: Additional metadata support for AES CART chunks.
Available via columns: artist, title, category, cut id, client id, comment.
- Pro: Metadata support for Scott Studios (SS32) Wave files, used in radio automation
and broadcast systems. Available via columns: artist, title, cut id, comment. Available via waveform: intro end position, segue position.
(suggested: G. Zlot)
- Pro: Segue (track transition in radio automation), intro markers, and other CART triggers
are now read from CART/SS32 metadata and displayed in Resonic's waveform as a dashed line.
- Pro: Addtional metadata support for BSI Wave files (Broadcast Software International),
used in radio automation and broadcast systems. Available via columns: recording year, agency (as copyright), copyright / record label / publisher
(as publisher), copy / notes (as subject), genre, music key, composer, album, tempo in bpm,
and track number. Available via waveform: hook start position.
- Pro: Added new broadcast columns "Cut Number ID" and "Client ID" (CART).
- Essential fixes from the last Pro release were ported to Resonic Player.
- Utility feature to resize main window to a fixed size, offering a selection of preset sizes,
which assists in making videos or screenshots of a certain size.
(see 'Menu | Advanced | Resize main window'.)
- File list items appear faster when pasted (using the CTRL-V shortcut.)
- Faster startup with bookmarks that point to mapped network drives, or network locations.
- Folders can be moved and deleted more reliably as they are unlocked more intelligently
when necessary, e.g., during drag and drop move in browser.
- More detailed information in column popup menu. It's also easier to find the clicked column and its metadata group
which both now appear in bold.
- Opus decoder updated to libOpus 1.2.1 for reduced CPU usage during decoding.
- MIDI renderer now more resilient in handling invalid XG sysex messages.
- Some file list copy/paste improvements and fixes.
- Pro: Playback of REX2 mono files. (reported: the3ug3reeder)
- Fixed taskbar quick controls (buttons) disappearing after a while on Windows 10.
- Aborting a metadata scan in folders with lots of files could make one CPU core hang
at a hundred percent usage. (reported: A. Tchernychov)
- Corrected several drag & drop related issues in the browser.
- Pro: Fixed error message shown on every key press when ''Map temporary slices to letter keys''
is enabled (for fast slice auditioning) and there are no temporary slices set.
|0.8.7b||Apr 19, 2017||Beta||New Features:
- Pro: Playback and metadata support for RF64 Wave files (MBWF, BWF Wave, Broadcast Wave). RF64 Wave files are RIFF Wave files (both are .wav) that can go past the 2GB
file size limit, but cannot be read by legacy players. These files are typically created by modern applications that need to be able
to create very large files, e.g. Steinberg Cubase automatically creates RF64/MBWF
.wav files on export if the file size exceeds 2GB.
- Pro: Now reads and plays BWF Wave files with .bwf extensions.
- Pro: Project, Scene, Take, and Tape columns that correspond with
iXML metadata embedded in audio files. (#1187)
- Pro: Heavily improved support for Soundminer metadata embedded in
WAV, AIFF, and MP3 files.
- Resonic now supports WavPack hybrid correction files (.wvc). In hybrid compression mode WavPack creates pairs of .wv/.wvc files,
and while the resulting .wv file is lossy the accompanying (but optional) .wvc file
can be used to complete missing information for lossless playback. Resonic will look for a .wvc file in the .wv file's path. Thanks to the author of WavPack, David Bryant, for pointing this out!
- Auto-closing popup menus now also fade out.
- Browser now automatically expands collapsed folders after a short delay
when dragging something onto them.
- Browser now automatically scrolls while dragging something into it.
- Pro: Create temporary slices from slice metas,
i.e. from slices stored in the metadata of certain filetypes, when available.
- When using WASAPI as output device (recommended) and the active device is disconnected
or disabled Resonic will first shut down playback and then the device itself,
and finally show a warning.
- A transparent overlay is now shown between main window and dialogs (e.g. preferences)
and message or input boxes to focus the attention. This feature can be disabled via 'Menu | Interface'.
- Bigger and more readable fonts for waveform playback position (orange),
and waveform/analyzer/spectrum/level meter mouse position (blue). (#1165)
- Pro: Showing detailed timecode while making selections (SHIFT),
and when snapped to markers, slices, or the loop start/end positions.
- Flac decoder updated to libFlac 1.3.2, fixed previous release's issues.
- Popup menu fixes and usability improvements.
- Drag & drop improvements.
- Pro: Raised level meter channel limit to 64. (#1173)
- Much faster loading of large MIDI files (e.g. 'Black MIDI')
- Pro: Reading additional meta data for several formats, e.g. tempo column (bpm)
is now calculated based on other available information if possible.
- Waveform drawing improvements for multichannel files.
- Pro: Bigger asynchronous file read buffer, worth the little extra memory use.
- Recently changed created/accessed/modified dates now show up more descriptively
as 'Today' and 'Yesterday'. (#1182)
- Browser is updated faster when creating new folders.
- Fixed track advance not working with DirectSound (DS) output devices.
- Fixed broken file list column order in certain situations.
- Fixed file list issues when deleting files.
- Maximized main window was not being restored when exited in minimized state.