Sometimes, you want to listen to your favorite music easily. However, depending on your available resources, this can be easier said than done. What if there was a way to achieve this, though?
Now, it appears there is. We evaluated this software called Resonic Player and were impressed with the results. Instead of dealing with a slow, complex system, we could play our music without hassle. Here is what is important to know about this app:
Not only is it an audio player, but it can also play from directories. You can also browse your samples and have them play from them. The key seems to be the waveform view, a great visualization of the technology behind the scenes.
In addition to the waveform, you can also analyze the frequency of your music. And if you want to change the view yet again, there is an option for a musical spectrum.
It is a suite of features that essentially add up to you listening to your audio in a studio-quality setting.
There doesn’t seem to be an end to how much music you can browse with it. The technology is intense. Folders, files, audition recordings, and other formats easily plug and play with this software.
It helps that it is free. It’s nice to benefit from something this useful, especially at that price.
We played around with the pro version and found that it does come with some additional features that might be worth checking out. First of all, you can use the sample manager. It is a new tool that helps you with your creativity.
It is especially true for those of us who are studio musicians or professionals. The features will inspire your work and speed up your workflow.
For instance, it is no problem to analyze the content by cutting out portions. You do this by slicing and then categorizing it.
The development team of Resonic Player had music professionals and enthusiasts in mind when they were working on the project. It seems fit for any experience level, beginner to pro.