Resonic Player v0.9.3b

billon on 21 Mar 2019
  • 11MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 21 Mar 2019
  • Suggested by two

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.

Runs on:Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Liteware
How to extract: Download the "portable version" ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch resonic.exe.
What's new? See:

14 comments on Resonic Player  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

User2100 2021-05-07 12:02

I was looking for a player with this kind of track visualisation (foobar+addon can do it too, but just isn't great as a directory player). It's very useful if you have many recordings and looking to find certain events within them. I'd consider buying pro, but the price is quite a bit too steep for an audio player. It's more expensive than Reaper, or Renoise, and those are full fledged DAWs. I'd suggest getting ocenaudio for anyone that wants some extra functionality after finding the right audioclip with the free version of this. It's a nice combo.


MIKLO 2017-04-20 14:11

@two who are you to call @Realist a troll ? WTF seems a person that flames is a troll, IMHO he was just giving his take on the software review, which I happen to agree with, so am I also a "TROLL"? Sound=music is a very subjective matter which I have heard being discussed since the "4 track" days, as the saying goes one mans junk is another mans gold... at least that's the saying. Try and lighten up on the name calling as it serves no useful purpose here.


two 2017-03-17 14:22

Just realized new version supports dsd in wavpack: "Support for high-resolution DSD audio files compressed with WavPack, i.e. compressed DSF/DFF in .wv files. Note that while DSD-in-WV saves quite a bit of space (in our tests 35-50%) it also takes a bit longer to decode (e.g. to prepare the waveform.)"


Midas 2016-10-18 08:46

It's highly subjective (see subbject of psychoacoustics) but there are objective measures that can be taken to achieve it. I still remember when the PC platform was absolutely lousy soundwise -- it has now come a long way and in terms of digital audio it is bit perfect, if you choose the right tools. EAC or CueTools for ripping and a player like foobar2000 or XMPlay (or Resonic, for that matter) for playback are sound (pun intended) starting points...


Realist 2016-10-17 16:13


How do you measure sound quality?


Midas 2016-10-16 17:49

I'll bite the loaded question: in the case of Resonic, you do need yet another music player if you are concerned with very high quality sound coupled with some advanced features, all tied together under a beautiful UI... YMMV, though. :)


Realist 2016-10-16 14:21


So, I am a troll because I downloaded the software,tested it and wrote my experience.
Wow, simply wow.


two 2016-10-16 13:00

realist, you troll...


Realist 2016-10-16 11:56

1. Very slow to load files
2. Not very feature rich.

Why do we need another music player?


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