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Name/Version: Spectrum Analyzer 1.3
Author: Razzkazz  
Description: FFT spectrum analyzer. Requires the Max external "spectrumdraw~", get it here;

http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/id/eprint/14897/7/HIRT_v1.1.zip

Got any updates ideas?

Updates

Version 1.3 - Added Pop-out/floating window.
 

Device Details

Downloads: 324
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Live Version Used: 9.7.3
Max Version Used: 7.2.4
Date Added: Oct 26 2017 10:27:03
Date Last Updated: Feb 28 2018 18:28:28
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Device Type: audio_device
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Device Files

Device File: Spectrum Analyzer 1.3.amxd
 


Comments

Could you maybe make it float?

I tweeted @Dublo about making his two devices float, but he said he didn't think he'd be getting around to it.

Device1:
http://www.maxforlive.com/library/device/3417/wavescope

Device2:
http://www.maxforlive.com/library/device/3575/linearscope


I read that @synnack helped @hz37 fix floating issue for his Position device (http://www.maxforlive.com/library/device/2376/position), so maybe he could lend some help?

I have done and seen that implemented on other devices. I'll get working on it.

hello, I only get a window saying (spectrumdraw~)..?
thanks

If you're still open to suggestions:

Either:

1. Freezing the spectrum and storing and recalling it for reference curve. (Like a matching-EQ).

So, you would recall any saved spectrum you like, (the spectrum recallable in sessions ideally), and the static spectrum curve would sit underneath the current analyzer spectrum. You could then adjust the response time of the active spectrum to be variable all the way up to infinite.

This would let you use saved spectrums as a 'spectral guide' for mixes, busses, instruments etc... (I do this with Ozone 5 all the time, unfortunately they removed this feature from Ozone even though popular.)

2. Use it in almost the same way to create a matching EQ.

It could also store and recall spectrums, and use the real time spectrum to capture the current mix, buss or track with an infinite release time analyzer. After you hit 'stop', you apply an EQ curve made up of the difference between the two spectrums. (maybe limited to a small number of bands... 12, 18, 24 etc...)

Number 2 is obviously difficult, (if even possible in M4L). I'm assuming that's why there isn't one I've seen yet... But hey... Might as well plant the idea!

Cheers and hello. This is my first post here! :)

Requires the Max external "spectrumdraw~", get it here;

http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/id/eprint/14897/7/HIRT_v1.1.zip

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