Sonic Visualiser updated to v1.9

Sonic Visualiser

Sonic Visualiser, an application for viewing and analysing the contents of music audio files, was updated to version 1.9.

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.

Changes in Sonic Visualiser v1.9

  • Add session templates; save session as template; apply template to session.
  • Tidy up the file open logic so as to remove the dialog asking how to open a file, where possible.
  • Various bug fixes.

Sonic Visualiser for Linux, OS/X, and Windows is available to under the GNU General Public License (v2 or later).

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Updated to v2.0:
– Support 64-bit builds on OS/X (using CoreAudio instead of obsolete QuickTime audio file reader).
– Simplify RDF reading and fix some bugs. Now requires Dataquay rather than using Redland directly. Release builds use Sord/Serd rather than Redland.
– Add a fullscreen mode on the F11 key.


Updated to v2.1:
– Fix incorrect handling of FixedSampleRate outputs (Vamp SDK fix).
– Make it easier to see results from transforms that return a single point.
– Make labelling clearer on time-value layers.
– Add discrete-curve mode for time-value layers (for curves with gaps).
– Update code to build against Qt5.