Sonic Visualiser puts the emphasis on the audio and on the visual. The audio part refers to the fact that you can listen to audio tracks; and the visual part refers to the fact that you can analyze audio tracks. That is, in fact, Sonic Visualiser’s main purpose – to help you study musical recordings.
Microsoft’s Windows operating system, Apple’s Mac OS X, and the open-source Linux platform are all supported by Sonic Visualiser. Or to put it in other words, you can use Sonic Visualiser on all major operating systems.
A waveform display of the audio track you loaded is presented front and center on the application’s interface. At the top there’s a toolbar with buttons for various functions the application can perform and a traditional File Menu. With such a simple layout, it will take you very little time to get accustomed to the Sonic Visualiser interface.
Developed at the Center for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London, this application’s list of features includes the following: support for multiple audio, layers, and RDF files; save and open sessions; replace main audio; import more audio; export audio files; session templates; undo/redo; pick what you can view on the interface; waveform, spectrogram, and other views; audio playback; and more. Seeing that Sonic Visualiser is a free application, you have all the time in the world to uncover all its features.
Play and analyze audio tracks with the free, user friendly, feature-rich Sonic Visualiser.
Sonic Visualiser is available for multiple platforms. You will quickly get accustomed to the Sonic Visualiser interface. This is a feature-rich application that will help you analyze audio tracks. Sonic Visualiser is a free software.
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Sonic Visualiser has been reviewed by George Norman on 23 May 2013. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Sonic Visualiser 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential