Sonic Visualiser 3.2 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

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Sonic Visualiser 3.2 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von sastopeit » 04.05.07, 19:50

Sonic Visualiser

http://www.sonicvisualiser.org/

• Lizenz: GPL
• standalone, keine Installation nötig
• native 64-Bit-Version erhältlich
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http://www.sonicvisualiser.org/ hat geschrieben:Sonic Visualiser is an application for viewing and analysing the contents of music audio files.

The aim of Sonic Visualiser is to be the program you reach for when you find a musical recording you want to study rather than simply hear.

As well as a number of features designed to make exploring audio data as revealing and fun as possible, Sonic Visualiser also has powerful annotation capabilities to help you to describe what you find, and the ability to run automated annotation and analysis plugins in the new Vamp analysis plugin format.

We hope Sonic Visualiser will be of particular interest to musicologists, archivists, signal-processing researchers and anyone else looking for a friendly way to take a look at what lies inside the audio file.

Sonic Visualiser contains features for the following:

• Load audio files in WAV, Ogg and MP3 formats, and view their waveforms.
• Look at audio visualisations such as spectrogram views, with interactive adjustment of display parameters.
• Annotate audio data by adding labelled time points and defining segments, point values and curves.
• Overlay annotations on top of one another with aligned scales, and overlay annotations on top of waveform or spectrogram views.
• View the same data at multiple time resolutions simultaneously (for close-up and overview).
• Run feature-extraction plugins to calculate annotations automatically, using algorithms such as beat trackers, pitch detectors and so on.
• Import annotation layers from various text file formats.
• Import note data from MIDI files, view it alongside other frequency scales, and play it with the original audio.
• Play back the audio plus synthesised annotations, taking care to synchronise playback with display.
• Select areas of interest, optionally snapping to nearby feature locations, and audition individual and comparative selections in seamless loops.
• Time-stretch playback, slowing right down or speeding up to a tiny fraction or huge multiple of the original speed while retaining a synchronised display.
• Export audio regions and annotation layers to external files.

Sonic Visualiser ist ein mit EU-Mitteln gefördertes Programm der Londoner Queen-Mary-Uni zur Analyse von Sounddateien. Es geht also nicht um einfache Visualisierung, sondern um die Analyse von Sounddateien, die dann auch mit entsprechenden Anmerkungen direkt versehen werden können. Interessante Passagen können im Endlos-Loop gespielt werden und es gibt verschiedene Möglichkeiten zur Geschwindigkeitsbeeinflussung.

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Beitrag von sastopeit » 28.07.09, 3:26

1.6
http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?group_id=162924&release_id=695075 hat geschrieben:Changes in Sonic Visualiser 1.6 since the previous release 1.5:

- The Colour 3D Plot layer now supports logarithmic vertical
scale and linear interpolation options.

- A new colour scheme (High Gain) has been added for spectrogram
and Colour 3D Plot, which improves readability for some data.

- Further performance improvements have been made to Colour 3D
Plot.

- Various other bug fixes.

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Beitrag von sastopeit » 27.10.09, 0:32

1.7
http://surfnet.dl.sourceforge.net/project/sv1/sonic-visualiser/1.7/CHANGELOG hat geschrieben: - A new "Insert Item At Selection" function on the Edit menu
can be used to create Note and Region layer items whose time
extents correspond to the current selection(s)

- Interactively editing points in the Note and Region layers
now works much more smoothly

- SV can now import MIDI files that use SMPTE timecode for event
timing (importing MIDI files using with the more common
timebase-based timing was already supported)

- Time values throughout the display may optionally be shown in
seconds and frames at various frame rates

- A crash on exit in Windows has been fixed

- A very unobtrusive user survey is now included

- Various other bug fixes.

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Beitrag von sastopeit » 13.11.09, 23:43

1.7.1
http://mesh.dl.sourceforge.net/project/sv1/sonic-visualiser/1.7.1/CHANGELOG hat geschrieben: - The RDF importer does a better job of assigning labels to layers,
layers to panes, and values to labelled regions

- Interactive editing in the Text layer benefits from the same
improvements as made in 1.7 to Note and Region layers

- The layer data editor window has a text search feature

- The main window status bar now shows the last label to have passed
the playback position in the current layer, at the right end of the
status bar

- The Russian translation has been updated (thanks Alexandre)

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Beitrag von sastopeit » 18.08.10, 19:59

1.7.2
http://mesh.dl.sourceforge.net/project/sv1/sonic-visualiser/1.7.2/CHANGELOG hat geschrieben:Changes in Sonic Visualiser 1.7.2 since the previous release 1.7.1:

- The time-value layer now has an origin line and an option to
show derivatives (change from one point to the next) rather than
raw values

- A static initialiser race has been fixed, possibly fixing an
occasional crash on startup in Windows

- A crash when pressing Play straight after New Session has been
fixed

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Re: Sonic Visualiser 1.7.2 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von Icfu » 22.07.11, 10:06

1.8 (2011-04-08): http://www.sonicvisualiser.org/download.html
- Sonic Visualiser now registers as a file type handler on OS/X,
providing better integration with the desktop generally (Dan Stowell)

- There is a new function to toggle all Time Rulers at once (key #)

- The CSV import dialog has been overhauled, allowing more flexible
selection of purpose for each column

- Text overlays are now easier to read on dark backgrounds

- Hidden layers are now ignored when exporting an image (Dan Stowell)

- A crash when starting a new session or exiting the application
after loading a session with saved alignment data has been fixed

- The duplication of right-button menu functions when multiple files
were loaded has been fixed

- The layer-add menu functions now have shortcuts (Dan Stowell)

- The codebase has been reorganised into libraries and a configure
step added. It should be easier to build and maintain on OS/X and
Linux than previously, although it won't make much difference on
Windows.

- A Czech translation is now included (thanks to Pavel Fric).
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Re: Sonic Visualiser 2.0 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von sastopeit » 11.01.13, 23:33

2.0
- 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 (http://breakfastquay.com/dataquay/) rather than using Redland directly. Release builds use Sord/Serd rather than Redland
- Add a fullscreen mode on the F11 key
1.9
- 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.

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Re: Sonic Visualiser 2.3 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von Jean » 26.09.14, 0:52

v. 2.4, weniger Fehler und weniger Piano
Add support for left/right scrolling using a two-finger touchpad gesture (where available)
Make the octave numbering into a configurable option, and change the default.
Sonify time-value layers.
Change the default playback sample for note layers from piano to an electric piano with sustain.
Speed up rendering and scrolling in time-value layers
Make it possible to import CSV files directly into Note layers

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Re: Sonic Visualiser 2.4 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von Gordon » 24.10.15, 16:52

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Re: Sonic Visualiser 2.4 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von Gordon » 12.03.17, 18:32

As of the release of version 3.0 in March 2017, Sonic Visualiser has been continuously developed and maintained in the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London for about a decade.

This release is one of the most substantial updates the application has ever had. In addition to several new features, it includes a number of technical changes to core functions that we hope should enable us to maintain a modern and useful application in the years to come.

Some new features you might like:
Audio recording. As well as working with local and online audio files, you can now record from the microphone or other audio inputs directly into Sonic Visualiser. The choice of audio device for both recording and playback can be changed in the Preferences.

Retina and Hi-DPI support. Previous versions had only limited support for retina or other very high-resolution displays. This release provides complete retina-resolution layer rendering on the Mac, and proper scaling and display of UI elements with high-resolution displays on other platforms.
SVG export. You can now export layers in the scalable SVG image format as well as PNG.
Improved support for very long audio files. Sonic Visualiser can now handle files longer than 232 sample frames. This applies to 64-bit builds only, but for the first time ever, the default build for Windows is a 64-bit one (other platforms had 64-bit builds already in previous releases).
New colour scales and normalisations, with new colour scale default settings in the Preferences.
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Re: Sonic Visualiser 3.03 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von Gordon » 14.07.18, 15:42

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Re: Sonic Visualiser 3.1.1 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von klodeckel » 15.08.18, 7:01

v3.1.1

- Fix failure to record correctly into an empty session with certain
audio drivers
- Fix failure to run LADSPA plugins at all, except with some unusual
path layouts
- Fix failure to silence sonified notes when rewinding backwards or
jumping back from a loop endpoint
- Fix macOS .dmg image so as to use older HFS+ filesystem for compatibility
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Re: Sonic Visualiser 3.2 - Spektrographie, Analyse, Annotation von Sound-Dateien

Beitrag von klodeckel » 12.09.18, 17:52

v3.2

- Add feature to convert and import audio from a CSV data file
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