I've been using 2.3 for a while, but since I got a new laptop I've installed Avenue. Very nice indeed, only problem I found was no FFT Timeline ... I saw something called SMTPE, I don't know what it is, and if it does what I want, but the manual has no content for this subject (maybe you should fix that too...)
I saw some people talking about a solution with wormhole, wich I don't know how to use either, I tryed not too hard to make it work but it didn't ... So I came up with a Pure Data patch wich transform freq channel amplitude(or somthing like that) in a number from 0.00 to 1 wich is then send to the OSC resolume adress for the activelayer timeline.
It's based on the direct audio input, I made it last night, It's not finished but you can try it here
To make it work you have to download Pure Data(very good soft ! free and open source), then unpack my RAR file in a folder somewhere, then start resolume, go in Aveenu-> preferences and enable your OSC(OpenSoundControl wich is a kind of MIDI ) input on port 7000 (remember the "bundle" checkbox here), then go back to your comp, set a active layer and pause it. Then open the patch "VISUAliZER" from your folder. When fully loaded click on the red button. The thing should start working. If not try checking in Pure Data : Media -> Audio settings, and check the settings of the input or set one if there is no and then restart the patch. Other problem could come from the "bundle" checkbox, try unchecking it.
If you see the lines moving like it should then select one or several checkbox under the channels, it should then work in your Resolume !
let me know
cheers | datalove !