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Announcing Raven Lite 2.0

Subject: Announcing Raven Lite 2.0
From: "Michael S. Pitzrick" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2016 23:17:22 +0000

Raven Lite 2.0


The Raven team has just released Raven Lite 2.0!  This new free version of Raven represents a major update, and includes a number of improvements.  Many thanks to Lisa Yang, Sylvia Gallagher, and the other generous donors who made this possible!


You can order your free license for Raven Lite 2.0 from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology E-Store.




·         Sound view window

o   No limit on sound length

o   Paged sound windows

o   Multi-channel sound views

o   Waveform, spectrogram, spectrogram slice and selection spectrum views

o   Real date and time display


·         Selection tables - multiple selections for

o   zoom

o   playback

o   annotation

o   “Average Power Density (dB FS)” measurement

o   export to sound clips


·         Customization

o   User-defined presets for sound windows, recorders, and color schemes

o   Raven Preferences


·         Recorder

o   No limit on recording time

o   Reads multi-channel audio into memory, single files, or file sequences

o   Multiple sample rates

o   Decimation of audio samples

o   Delayed recording

o   File naming templates


·         Playback

o   Scrolling playback

o   Reverse playback

o   Looping playback


·         Filters

o   Bandpass and bandstop

o   Adaptive

o   Amplify

o   Fade in and fade out


·         Memory Manager

o   user can set Raven Lite to use more memory for longer sound views and higher sample rates



For more details, go to Feature Comparison of Raven Lite and Raven Pro.


To order a free Raven Lite 2.0 license, go to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology E-Store.




Michael Pitzrick

Bioacoustics Research Program

159 Sapsucker Woods Road

Ithaca, NY  14850



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