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josiah113 2009-06-05 15:58

Spectrum Analyzer in record?
 
This question is directed towards anyone who has tested the beta version of Record. Have the Props finally implemented a spectrum analyzer? I find them very useful while mixing and trying to obtain different tonal signatures for multiple instruments within the same EQ range.

I do realize that the BV512 vocoder in reason can be used as a spectrum analyzer, but it is a very basic one at best. For starters, the frequency bands aren't even labeled.

Please don't take this as a cheap shot at Record. I love the Record concept so far and will be promptly purchasing it the minute it's released, regardless of what features they do or don't add in the next couple months.

themensch 2009-06-05 16:41

I absolutely agree - this is the kind of tool any music production software should not be without.

Sure, you could fake it with the bv512, but it's not real time and it's not labeled - therefore, it's not really as useful as it could be....

Nuffe 2009-06-05 17:37

I neither want nor need one, but I think they might just as well inlude one, just so this request pop uo here once a week. :-)

themensch 2009-06-05 19:38

Sure, I can export my track and do it "the hard way," but this is really the kind of thing best suited to "right in the DAW."


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