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Name/Version: Oscilloscope docked 1.04
Author: ARFAL  
Description: Hi ! Here is Oscilloscope (docked) !

This is the FREE version of Oscilloscope !
The full version is available here:

As its name suggests, "Oscilloscope" allows you to observe the incoming signal of the current selected track like a traditional oscilloscope would do. I didn't find a Max device doing it properly, so I made one. :)

Here is a list of the Oscilloscope (docked) features:

- Apple "Silicon" M1 compatible,

- Left / Right - Mid / Sides selector

- Left / Mono / Right channel selectors + Unlink/link Left & Right channels button,

- Phase Shift Visualization: The "Left channel" is the reference.

- 2 synchronized modes based on detected pitch values: Auto (custom time based synchronization, n*T (periods) ) & Manual (horizontal zoom),

- Filter (LPF) parameter to limit the bandwidth and avoid artifacts/ get a cleaner signal display. To get best stabilization results, try to not filter out lower than the lower frequencies of the signal you want to observe.

- Monophonic Pitch Detection display (thanks to « sigmund~ » by Volk Bohm, links at the end of the description),

- « Vertical Zoom Slider » and Reset button,

- « Curves Thickness Slider » and Reset button,

- Dark / Bright Background,

- Freeze Button,

- Decay: this value defines the time that the curves take to disappear,

- Direction (Up & Down): changes the start direction of the curves,

- Show / Hide Parameters: Click on the opened eye to close it and make most of the parameters disappear,

"Oscilloscope (docked)" has been initially designed to act like a traditional oscilloscope with the addition of a filter to stabilise the visualization, and more important synchronised on a periodical basis by detecting the incoming pitch (C2 or G2 will display the same number of periods). It was made to observe tonal content at first (basses, synths).

On another hand, I’m working on a device called « Histoscope » based on beat synchronisation and mainly designed to observe audio in a « wider »  way. Since UI and process are totally different I decided to separate these in 2 devices.
I invite you visit my Facebook or Tweeter account, where I occasionally publish « work in progress » gifs


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Live Version Used: 11.1.1
Max Version Used: 8.2.2
Date Added: May 09 2022 13:38:22
Date Last Updated: May 20 2022 14:48:34
Device Type: audio_device
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License (more info): AttributionNonCommercialNoDerivatives

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