- Add Plugins tab to Preferences
dialog, from which you can review the plugin load
paths and see which plugins were loaded from which
locations, and also customise load paths (though the
various path environment variables are still
- Stream the export of audio data and other CSV data
so that very large exports don't hang the UI or run
us out of memory.
- Ensure vertical scale appears for auto-align
layers when there is nothing else to auto-align them
- Fix another long-standing Windows-platform
wide-char/utf8 conversion problem, with environment
variable naming and contents.
- Improve handling of incomplete session loads, i.e.
situations where the audio files referred to by a
session could not be found - previously the session
could be re-saved immediately thus losing the audio
reference; now at least we disable Save (enabling
only Save As) and show a warning.
- Update pane and layer menu shortcuts so that the
waveform/spectrogram/etc shortcuts (Shift+G etc)
operate on the source model in the
currently-selected pane rather than the main model.
This is a backward-incompatible change but is a far
more intuitive way for the function to work.
- Use dark background for bright colours in
time-value/note/etc. layers as well as e.g.
waveforms - this is how it was always "intended to"
work, but it is a backward-incompatible change.
- Make "Select All" select the whole span of
everything that exists, not just the main model.
- Add horizontal scale to Spectrum layer.
- Improve spacing and labelling of vertical log
- Update build system for better Cap'n Proto version
support and to use Repoint for code management in
- Various other bug fixes.
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.
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.