Resonic is an audio player and browser / directory player, built around the use of a file waveform to visualize the audio. The program is designed with speed and large collections in mind. Visualizations include standard waveform, multi-channel audio, and frequency analyzer.
Supports all major audio formats (including 64-bit float and multi-channel) including MP3, MP2, MP1, OGG, M4A, MP4, AAC, MPC, MP+, OPUS, SPX, WMA, WMA Pro, WMA Lossless, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, APE, OFR, ALAC, WV, TTA, IT, XM, S3M, MTM, MOD
||Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
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Free for non-commercial and non-profit use
|How to extract:
Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch resonic.exe.
- 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.