Stand Alone Spectrum Analyser - recomendations?

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  1. jimjimjim

    jimjimjim oldskool

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    Hi,
    Any recomendations for audio analyser software - non vst?
    what are other reason users using?
    thanks
     
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    Nydus All in the sig.

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    If you're on PC, Wavelab is good.
     
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    jimjimjim oldskool

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    yeah on a pc -sorry shoulda said.

    thanks man
     
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    elmaruk slannndaaaaaaar

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    hmm says its a VST plugin m8 :(
     
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    Attire Last Winter

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    I use SPAN.
    Yes its a vst, why do you need a stand alone though?
     
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    cos i use reason m8 ......

    i got one at the moment but its a bit shaft - wanted to know what other were using
     
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    youve already got two......built in.......ears!. Thats what a big name producer said to me the other day when i mentioned a spectrum analyser lol
     
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    sorry m8 but thats only good advice for sound engineers and people with great hearing.

    also that other tutorial video from a big name that was in a thread here the other week said exactly the opposite of that.

    meh
    anyways - this thread needs a bump:

    Wavelab - you cant download a demo without getting some USB dongle crap thing
    Any other programs?