Hugh Robjohns wrote:Hmmm...
Just tried to download foobar to try it out. It sends me to a microsoft download site which requires me to log into a microsoft account.
I never had this problem. I just downloaded it directly from the Foobar website.
Looks pretty complex. Not sure how it'll work with my albums with them being in different formats (MP3 or FLAC). The waveform is too close up (by default anyway) to be of use for navigating to different areas of audio.
I was thinking of something more like WMP, but with a long window showing the waveform (like SoundCloud) with a few buttons underneath that allow you to stretch/re-pitch, and reverse the audio (useful for certain kinds of music making).
The main purpose in my case is to audition bits of audio (drum hits, etc) and quickly hear what they sound like re-pitched, stretched, reversed.
Since Reaper is my DAW of choice, I'll try Reaper Media Explorer I didn't even know was there!