Sonic Visualiser
Sonic Visualiser
4.0.1

5.0

Sonic Visualiser free download for Mac

Sonic Visualiser

4.0.1
11 December 2019

Inspect and analyze contents of music files.

Overview

Sonic Visualiser is an application for inspecting and analysing the contents of music audio files. It combines powerful waveform and spectral visualisation tools with automated feature extraction plugins and annotation capabilities.

What's new in Sonic Visualiser

Version 4.0.1:
  • Fixed nonsense vertical scale in NoteLayer when displaying a model with non-Hz scale (e.g. from an analysis plugin that outputs MIDI note values)
  • Fixed failure to open playback device when using macOS Catalina with certain audio devices
  • Fixed failure to make installed executables executable when compiling and installing the source package

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7 Sonic Visualiser Reviews

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Big Johnson
09 January 2018

Most helpful

v3.0.3 is available on http://sonicvisualiser.org/download.html

More trouble than I care to bother with since it's not ready-to-use.

From the dev's site:
"Don't forget your plugins!
Analysis plugins: Oh yes, you'll want some of those. Go to the Vamp plugin download page.
No plugins are included with Sonic Visualiser itself."
Like (1)
Version 3.0.1
Big Johnson
09 January 2018
v3.0.3 is available on http://sonicvisualiser.org/download.html

More trouble than I care to bother with since it's not ready-to-use.

From the dev's site:
"Don't forget your plugins!
Analysis plugins: Oh yes, you'll want some of those. Go to the Vamp plugin download page.
No plugins are included with Sonic Visualiser itself."
Like (1)
Version 3.0.1
bbw7
12 November 2014
Version 2.4.1 is available from the developer's site.
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Version 2.3.0
Sjha
07 March 2014
A superb application for the musician. It will do everything that the paid music analysis apps do - and for free. Very powerful. And with the available plug-ins permits such procedures as chord analysis, beat and bar tracking, as well as slow-down, pitch change...in fact it really can do most anything a musician wants
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Version 2.3.0
GeogProf
18 November 2012
Sonic Visualizer 2.0 (which is just a maintenance release, despite it’s major version increment) has been available since July. You can download it from here: http://www.sonicvisualiser.org/download.html .
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Version 1.9
Hkim
01 November 2011
This is a must have bit of software for any music theorist that wants to indulge in some of the same sonic analysis of music that Robert Cogan came up with some years ago. Being freeware is also remarkable too
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Version 1.9
Acwolf
17 June 2010
This is AWESOME. Wonderful sound, amazing capabilities, what else can you ask for FREE?? I recommend this instead of paying for commercial slow-down practice software, it does that and more. Works with LADSPA and VAMP plugins, can save in all sorts of ways. See waveforms, loop sections, etc. etc. opens mp3 and other file formats... Everything for me works great except crashing during one 3rd-party plugin, so I just don't use that one.
Like (2)
Version 1.7.1
G-I-
08 November 2009
Useless, can't open any sound file.
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Version 1.7.1
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G-I-
G-I-
10 November 2009
Downloaded the previous 1.7.0 version and it works on 10.4. Go figure.
Like (1)
Version 1.7.1