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FindMySoft Editor's Review
Resonic – Audio Player with a Waveform Display
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The main thing that stands out about the Resonic audio player is that it presents the track it’s playing as waveform. The fact that it provides support for numerous audio formats, the fact that it is incredibly easy to use, and the fact that the application is free (for personal use) also stand out.

Resonic works with any 32 or 64-bit Windows edition from Windows XP up to Windows 8. To get the application up and running on a Windows-powered machine, you will have to download a 3MB executable, run it, then click through the instructions presented by a setup wizard. It is a standard setup process that will take little of your time.

The Resonic interface is divided into three sections: at the top there’s the waveform display; in the lower left hand corner there’s the Browser pane that allows you to search for music on your computer; and in the lower right hand corner there’s the File List pane that displays the audio files you can play with Resonic. And speaking about playing audio tracks, the playback controls are in the upper left hand corner, between the waveform display and the Browser pane.

Using Resonic is a very simple matter: use the Browser pane to find a music folder on your PC, from the File List pane select the audio track folder that you want to listen to, and then let Resonic play it. You can use the application to play MP3, MP2, MP1, OGG, M4A, MP4, AAC, MPC, WMA, WAVM AIFF, FLAC, APE, ALAC, WV, IT, XM, S3M, MTM, MOD, and UMX.

A nice feature that Resonic has to offer is the Sleep Timer. You can set it so the application will shut down the computer after 30 minutes or stop the playback after 1 hour, for example.

As mentioned above, Resonic is free for personal use. If you find the application useful, consider making a donation to support its development.

Resonic nicely blends together three key elements: ease of use, support for numerous audio files, and a nice waveform display.

Pros
Resonic works with 32 and 64-bit Windows editions. The application’s interface is incredibly straightforward. Support for a long list of audio formats is supported. There’s a handy Sleep Timer function. Resonic is free for personal use (consider making a donation).

Cons
Resonic, at the time of writing this, is still an Alpha.

You can download Resonic free here.
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Resonic has been reviewed by George Norman on 04 Jan 2013. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Resonic 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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