All of these are so useful to test your gizmos!
HS-101 with it’s storage and triggers looks so nice when inspecting impulse responses, I am sure to spend some time with this module, I am still looking for an analyser that can do the same holding, maybe I am missing a module that already exists.
Eq master from Mindmeld can freeze the spectrum so you can take a look at it. It’s tinier than bogaudio’s xl analyzer tho
Definitely! Storage oscilloscope for the win! Spectrum analyzer is so useful also, very glad we have these tools, indispensable when developing modules.
The other day, I was hearing a small clicking sound in an ADSR, and by looking at it with a scope and the spectrum analyser, and comparing with another ADSR, I was able to see (and confirm) the difference; I then ended up using the other one as a result of this analysis.
TL;DR supplment ears with eyes!
We also added an option to hide the EQ curves when the EQ is set to “bypass”, such that it can be better used as a spectrum analyzer. I’ve seen a few people (@jedrzejewskimk?) use a flat EQ throughout the whole performance, so I’m guessing they want to use it as a spectrum analyzer (which is cool also!).
I do this quite often, use the EQ as a spectrum analyzer. Sometimes on single channels, most of the time on the master.
Ooh, I didn’t know that scope existed, it looks great. I’ll have to investigate it.
they’re great, but for some reason i like using this one…
I used to use that one too. Before the dark times. Before the Empire of Nysthi::Echasketchoscope.
That scope is great when you really need to see details in a waveform. The envelope scope is create for… envelopes, and other things. The logic analyzer is killer.