Loudness-based fluid waveform

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Re: Loudness-based fluid waveform

by Tagirijus » December 8th, 2017, 22:18

Omg, you guys are incredible! Also thanks for the links - the roadmap is great. :):)

Re: Loudness-based fluid waveform

by Tom » December 8th, 2017, 20:16

The original image is back on, but see here: https://resonic.at/labs and here: https://resonic.at/roadmap

Re: Loudness-based fluid waveform

by Martin » December 8th, 2017, 19:34

R128 metering is on the roadmap!

Re: Loudness-based fluid waveform

by Tagirijus » December 8th, 2017, 12:48

Unfortunately the posted image form the thread start is offline. Is there still a planned feature for loudnes representation?

I found this thread while searching for FR's regarding loudness: I did not want to start a new thread, in case a similar thread already existed. Maybe I still can post the idea here? It's about an integration of the EBU R128 loudness measureing into Resonic Pro. Good idea or not?

Even greater would be something like stats for the whole file or even a selected part to show its momentary term, short term and integrated loudness and true pekas maybe. Like the stats windows you have in RX4 (just tested the demo, so I am not sure how it is today). There you have quick stats about the EBU R128 standard und you just have to select an area and immediately get the stats.

BUT: this is just a very quick idea. I totally understand it, if this would be way to much for such a programm like Resonic. I still wanted to throw in this idea. :)


And sorry if it's not ok that I posted it here - I just wanted to keep things clear in this forum. Feel free to move my post into the suggestions area though. ;)

Re: Loudness-based fluid waveform

by wshaper » November 30th, 2014, 22:30

Great. It is a bit like in LiveSlice or Deckadance. It's both eye-candy and usefull ;)

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Re: Loudness-based fluid waveform

by BTGbullseye » March 11th, 2014, 18:59

Looks awesome... I want.

Loudness-based fluid waveform

by Tom » March 11th, 2014, 04:42

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# 007 – January 28, 2013
Loudness-based fluid waveform, intended to be used in Resonic Pro.

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