2nd Sense Audio has released version 1.1.0 of ReSample, introducing Batch Processing and Normalization to the audio editor software for Windows and Mac.
2nd Sense Audio presents ReSample, a sharpened tool aimed to edit, process and analyze audio, with its distinctive modern UI, powerful built-in processors and MacBook Pro Touch Bar support.
Changes in ReSample v1.1.0
- New features:
- New function: Batch (Multi-core supported). ReSample’s Batch allows you to add and configure any Export, Normalize or Processor job.
- New function: Normalize. It can normalize an entire audio file with removing DC offset option.
- Amplification processor: Added Link option.
- Major bug fixes:
- General: Fixed the “Internet unreachable” issue during Demo verification and Activation on some Mac machines.
- General: Fixed FLAC audio files writing and reading bugs that could cause crash.
- General: Significantly improved alert/pop-up window shwoing when reporting errors on Windows, where they used to be hidden behind other windows and block the whole UI.
- General: Fixed the audio playback issue where a user changes audio settings during playback.
- General: Refined save/discard ask on quit.
- Minor bug fixes:
- General: Fixed potential crash risks in Waveform Overview and Metadata View.
- General: Fixed UI not updating issue when a file is exported with a different channels setting.
- General: Fixed playhead input box rounding issue where the last digit might be rounded down.
- Processor: Fixed Fade and Amplification enablement issue (now only working within selection range).
- Processor: Fixed potential crash risks in multiple processor UIs.
ReSample is available for purchase for $89 USD. The update is free for all customers.