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Standalone Spectrum Analyser for PC
PostPosted: 20 September 2010 - 15:04:24 (669)  Reply with quote
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I am after a preferably free standalone spectrum analyser for PC. Can anyone recommend one?

The reason I need one is because I would like to see the frequency spectrum of the samples when I’m auditioning the samples from my sample library and it isn’t possible with Ableton. Can anyone solve this problem?
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I wouldn't mind having Sound Forge's analyser as a standalone plug-in to monitor my main outs (or anything else for that matter), but I do all my analysing within Sound Forge anyway. Still, it would be cool when previewing anyting online or when playing sounds from different sources. Sorry I can't help you though, other than that I find Sound Forge's analyser invaluable. There are plenty more VSTs out there if you just search for them.

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