7th December 2012
Liqube has announced the imminent release of the first public alpha of Resonic, an audio player and browser for Windows, centered around a big waveform seek bar, that plays your music files, sounds, and samples right out of your existing folder structure. It's built to be "crazy fast, reliable, yet powerful".
Liqube says "Resonic is useful for wading through large numbers of audio files. It can be used and understood by anyone, but comes with features for advanced users, audio professionals, and music producers. Look out for an upcoming Pro version."
"The first few public alpha releases will start off with a reduced set of features so new users can take their time to get used to the interface. The wave of software and website updates that will follow shortly after will introduce lots of new and unique usability and workflow features."
Resonic plays most standard audio formats, including WAVE and AIFF up to 64-bit float and multi-channel audio files.