Spectrum Analyzer realtime

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  1. Upper_CutZ

    Upper_CutZ New Member

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    Gwan peeps,
    What would be the best realtime software spectrum analyzer to display gain, freq range and levels
    Cheerz
     
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    use fab filter pro q , its channel EQ but you can view pre and post spectrum
     
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    thanks, but if i am not mistaken its a vst, right? i am after realtime, basically i want every sound on the output to be displayed directly on the screen in a form of spectrum and levels
    or is there a way around to transfer it via vst plugin?
    safe
     
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    just put it through your master channel?
    if thats not what you want , have you got any examples of what you do?
     
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    well, i am trying to analyze few mp3s and also some audio cds, so how would i have a vst plugin passing the signal through? for instance which soft should i be using to have audio signal coming from the cd drive transfered to plugin?
    thanks alot m8ty))
     
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    im sorry mate , i honestly thought you were using it for production , i should of seen were the thread was first.
    all i can say is drag the mp3's into goldwave which is a audio editor , there an analyser on that.
     
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    but to be honest i dont think thats what your after so im telling you useless information , sorry pal
     
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    If you wanna see where the tune rolls off, get Adobe Audition. Load up the tune, hit the spectral analysis and you see the tune in a time line view. You can get a trial of it for free from their website...