What is Resonic
Resonic is a slick audio player and browser / directory player, built around a big waveform view.
Resonic plays your music files, sounds and samples out of your existing folders. It's built to be fast, reliable, and powerful. It does what it is supposed to do, without the bloat, and with exceptional usability.
Resonic is extremely handy for wading through large numbers of audio files. It can be used and understood by anyone, but it also comes with features appreciated by advanced users, audio professionals, and music producers.
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For listeners, and for creators.
What it plays.
These audio and music formats can be played back by Resonic:
What it costs.
Resonic is free for personal use.
However, with a contribution you can support further development, and also show your appreciation to the people who are putting a lot of time and effort into this.
For company / commercial-use licensing please get in touch.
Where to get it.
Right here! The public alpha was released on 12-12-12 and can be downloaded on the Download page.
Latest version: Alpha 840 (April 16, 2013)
Resonic Pro is now in development.