Changes in 3.0.3:
- Improve decisions about where and
how to label vertical scales.
- Update build support material and documentation to
reflect the official release of Cap'n Proto 0.6
(which we can now use rather than depending on git
Changes in 3.0.2:
- Fix crash when changing parameters
for spectrum view.
- Fix incorrect measure tool crosshairs in spectrum
- Update Russian and Czech UI translations (thanks
to Alexandre Prokoudine and Pavel Fric
Changes in 3.0.1:
- Fix crashes with MIDI devices and
speedup/slowdown control on Windows.
- Update MIDI input driver layer.
Sonic Visualiser is
an application for viewing and analysing the
contents of music audio files. The aim of Sonic
Visualiser is to be the first program you reach for
when want to study a musical recording rather than
simply listen to it.
As well as a number of features
designed to make exploring audio data as revealing
as possible, Sonic Visualiser also has powerful
annotation capabilities to help describe what you
find, and the ability to run automated annotation
and analysis plugins.
Features include sophisticated
spectrogram views; multi-resolution waveform and
data displays; manual annotation of time points and
curves; measurement capabilities from spectrogram
and spectrum; playback at any speed; looping and
playback of discontiguous selections; ability to
apply standard audio effects and compare the results
with their inputs; and support for onset detection,
beat tracking, structural segmentation, key
estimation and many other automated feature
extraction algorithms via Vamp audio analysis
Sonic Visualiser is Free Software, distributed under
the GNU General Public License (v2 or later) and
available for Linux, OS/X, and Windows. It was
developed at the Centre for Digital Music at Queen
Mary, University of London.