Standalone Frequency analyser (Prob Aimed More At Reason Heads)

dj-dusty

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Ez People, i was just wondering if you knew of any decent standalone frequency analysers that i can use with reason.

I dont mind buying one, rather spend some decent money and get a decent one then get a cheap free one.
 

RUSSLA

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There was a vid on youtube that showed you how to make one within Reason using a mixer.. Something like routing the sound thru various channels that have the frequency bands set to a different range.

Cant search myself now as at work but was posted here recently.
 

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trueRTA is a free one. But there are loads. I cant remember the name of the one im currently using (at work)
You are best off getting a demo of one just to make sure it works with your sound card - as some of them dont work that well - before you pay out any dosh.
then you can see if its any good for what you want.
as russia-dj said you can "make" an analyser using stereo imagers - i can send u the combinator for that if u want it
 

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But you wouldn't really know what frequencies your hitting. Does Reason 5 have a feq. analyzer?

---------- Post added at 16:24 ---------- Previous post was at 16:07 ----------

But you wouldn't really know what frequencies your hitting. Does Reason 5 have a feq. analyzer?
 

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You can do it in reason using the Vocoder Unit, its not very accurate though

I dont use one, i just have a look at the windows media player to get a rough idea, tbh use your ears matey, a badly mixed tune could look alright on the analyser
 
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