A closer look at Resonic Pro
Resonic Pro extends, improves, and reinvents many of the basic features found in Resonic Player and adds countless new ones.
We are dedicated to making it an every-day tool with the potential to push both productivity and creativity,
and to ultimately help improve your overall workflow.
Who is Resonic Pro for?
The Pro version is being designed with audio professionals in mind:
In the following sections, we'll be showing you some of its most interesting features.
Selections, loops, cues, rulers
Draw, edit, move selections, loop in real-time, set slices, cues1, and markers1.
A major upgrade for the waveform visualization.
Quickly spot digitally silent parts, useful when setting cuts and selections.
Decode and extract waveform selections or slices to .wav, with on-the-fly conversion to your preferred sample rate, bit depth, and channel count.
Real-time tape-style pitch-shifting in semitone and cent steps and using the mouse wheel.
Also affects the audio extraction features.
Drag and drop selections
Drag and drop waveform selections — i.e., extract audio — directly into Resonic's file list or browser, Windows Explorer, and most other applications that accept audio files, including popular DAWs as well as audio and video editing software.
Sophisticated system for file-based meta information, including Broadcast Wave (BWF), CART, ACID WAV, Apple Loops (AIFF), ID3v2, ID3v1, APE, MP4, Vorbis — to name a few.
The Pro includes much improved level metering:
RMS, peak hold, value display, post-decode clipping detection, wide multichannel mode, stereo correlation meter (mono-compatibility), EBU R1281 metering.
Pitch down audio for real-time slow-motion frequency analysis.
Continue reading here to learn more about planned and upcoming features in future updates of Resonic Pro.