Riffstation Alternatives for Linux
Sonic Visualiser is a free, open-source application for Windows, Linux, and Mac, designed to be the first program you reach for when want to study a music recording closely. It's designed for musicologists, archivists, signal-processing researchers, and anyone else looking...
- - Sonic Visualiser is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to Riffstation.
- - Sonic Visualiser is the most popular Open Source alternative to Riffstation.
Sonic Visualiser Features
Comments about Sonic Visualiser as a Alternative to Riffstation
Riffstation is a hosted tool, Sonic Annotator is not.-2
Without touching any control, MusicTrans will give you a graphical view of what notes are being played. An intermediate player can easily get the basic chords just by looking at the screen, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
- - MusicTrans is the most popular commercial alternative to Riffstation.
The application has not been updated since 2015 (this is easily verifiable on its website). Also, though I am a paid user, multiple attempts to obtain support have been ignored, and I've waited several weeks.This application has been abandoned.
Opinions about MusicTrans as a Alternative to Riffstation
The Transcribe! application is an assistant for people who sometimes want to work out a piece of music from a recording, in order to write it out, or play it themselves, or both. It doesn't do the transcribing for you, but it is essentially a specialised player program which...
Learn and transcribe music for free from your web browser (no install needed). Load MP3s or a YouTube video. Slow down music, change pitch, add marks, beats, loops and easily navigate the song.
Comments about Tune Transcriber as a Alternative to Riffstation
Does not make the chords for you, only let you take notes on the song by yourself.0