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snooz 2012-12-27 19:27

Best Spectrum Analyser ?
 
Yes i know ! there is a combinator patch to have a spectrum analyser using the vocoder

but i would like a stand alone vst that could work good with reason ! reason does not support vst ! but i hope that the signal could be taped from the sound card !!

anny suggestion of a practical tool that would do the job ?
tired of scrolling up to see what difference i just did whit the adjustements !

selig 2012-12-27 20:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by snooz (Post 1207100)
Yes i know ! there is a combinator patch to have a spectrum analyser using the vocoder

but i would like a stand alone vst that could work good with reason ! reason does not support vst ! but i hope that the signal could be taped from the sound card !!

anny suggestion of a practical tool that would do the job ?
tired of scrolling up to see what difference i just did whit the adjustements !

I use Signal Scope (Mac) for technical stuff requiring spectral analysis.

Not sure what to tell you about scrolling, since you can put the vocoder/analyzer anywhere in the rack you like!
Plus, an external analyzer will not 'float' on top of Reason, you'll still have to switch pages to see it (unless you have a huge monitor or multiple monitors). :-)

snooz 2012-12-29 17:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by selig (Post 1207131)
I use Signal Scope (Mac) for technical stuff requiring spectral analysis.

Not sure what to tell you about scrolling, since you can put the vocoder/analyzer anywhere in the rack you like!
Plus, an external analyzer will not 'float' on top of Reason, you'll still have to switch pages to see it (unless you have a huge monitor or multiple monitors). :-)

Great thank you ! yeah i realized that i could move the spectrum analyzer !but i wanted a more precise tool i guess ! but im getting use to it ! ill stick with the vocoder !thank you

Bonkhead 2012-12-29 19:38

behringer dsp 8024, over 12 years now.

slevin 2012-12-30 10:02

If your on a mac you can purchase a license for Audio Hijack Pro which come with a built in VST/AU stand alone host system. Load up your favorite Frequency analyzer and "hijack" your Reason audio stream. Works like a charm and the response is realtime, unlike other tools like soundflower.

cheokeh 2012-12-30 15:57

Rewire Reason into another Daw and slap a good analyser on the master. Heres a few worth checking out:
http://www.nugenaudio.com/visualizer.php
http://www.bluecataudio.com/Products...reqAnalystPro/
http://www.voxengo.com/product/span/
http://www.meldaproduction.com/mmultianalyzer/
http://www.fluxhome.com/products/ana...s/pas_spectrum
http://www.stillwellaudio.com/?page_id=26

Bonkhead 2012-12-30 16:43

When rewiring you limit Reason to the use of just one core .... so even your hexa-/octacore system will get in trouble with big cpu heavy projects.

snooz 2012-12-30 17:43

yeah exacly! i only have a Quad PC ! so ill stick to reason and that combinator patch ! im getting use to it already ! thank you all !

alternating.bit 2012-12-30 17:49

You would think that with all of the slightly redundant RE's released lately someone would make a really cool looking Analyzer.

Manslick 2012-12-30 22:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by snooz (Post 1207100)
Yes i know ! there is a combinator patch to have a spectrum analyser using the vocoder

but i would like a stand alone vst that could work good with reason ! reason does not support vst ! but i hope that the signal could be taped from the sound card !!

anny suggestion of a practical tool that would do the job ?
tired of scrolling up to see what difference i just did whit the adjustements !

Probably not the best, but Audacity has one. Free.

What are you using it for?


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