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Old 2012-10-04, 09:13
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A spectral analyzer R.E.

A spectral analyzer R.E. with built in E.Q. would be really helpful.
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Old 2012-10-04, 10:35
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Old 2012-10-04, 18:53
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you and many others

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although not too fussed to have the EQ built in
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Old 2012-10-05, 00:26
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I'd rather have it as a floating window, not an RE. Otherwise you're continually scrolling and re-positioning the analyzer as you work on different areas in the rack.
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Old 2012-10-05, 05:30
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I have a feeling that Propellerhead will be bringing this to us (just as Drulian has suggested) — as another option in the floating window (choose from big meter, tuner, and...spectrum analyzer).
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Old 2012-10-05, 11:25
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I have a feeling that Propellerhead will be bringing this to us (just as Drulian has suggested) — as another option in the floating window (choose from big meter, tuner, and...spectrum analyzer).
Sounds like the way to go.
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Old 2012-10-12, 07:51
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I'd rather have it as a floating window, not an RE. Otherwise you're continually scrolling and re-positioning the analyzer as you work on different areas in the rack.
I like the idea of the floating window would make a lot more sense to me
..I think having the option of comparing couple tracks from each other displaying different color peaks would be really really handy maybe up to 3 or 4 tracks that u can select in the analyzer
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Old 2012-10-12, 07:58
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I like the idea of the floating window would make a lot more sense to me
..I think having the option of comparing couple tracks from each other displaying different color peaks would be really really handy maybe up to 3 or 4 tracks that u can select in the analyzer
Of course it would!
Just like the Blue Cat's FreqAnalyst Multi with a cross between iZotope Ozone 5
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Old 2012-10-09, 22:14
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Yes Yes yes please
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Old 2012-10-10, 22:56
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A spectral analyzer R.E. with built in E.Q. would be really helpful.
Yes +1 has been mentioned many many many times.

A combined EQ/Analyzer, should be built into Reason not an RE, easily assignable as a send, master, insert, per track etc with LP HP with different slopes, drag and drop EQ points, high def metering, more than the existing M-Class 18db +- attenuation. This and a spectral analyzer would bring Reason bang up to date.
 

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