Discussion in 'Production' started by DJPancake, Dec 25, 2009.
is there one built in? or do i download one?
You'd have to either re-wire reason into a DAW that supports VST (or AU, or RTAS) plugins and use an analyser in that, or find one that sits between reason and your soundcard output. Theres not one built in, and you cant add to the stuff in reason.
Have a search, been a few threads about this.
Thank dude I knew reason doesn't supprt vst so I just asked
Yeah mate what he said =]
Yea, it is a pain but I'd say the best ways definately running reason alongside a DAW, theres plenty free analysers that'll do the trick.
u cant get it if you rout your LR into the vocoder!
This way isn't a true spectral analyzer, I wouldn't rely on this method.
Although it is a cool thing to set up and watch bounce around.
Not good for any kind of define analysis though.
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