Admittedly, audio forensics is a small, niche market away from their core customer base, but if we are lucky, our needs will overlap the needs of their studio customers and a fine product will become even more useful to us. From a forensics point of view, here are the things that I have on my wish list:
- Improve support for working with multi-channel WAV files that are not intended for surround sound, including easy trimming of multiple channels and saving, for starters.
- Speed up loading of large multi-channel files
- Improve the spectrogram interface to allow easy and accurate display and analysis of specific frequencies.
- Include an option to decrease the streamlining (in other words, an "option to allow more options")