Spectrum Analyzer pro Live turns your computer into a modern, State-of-The-Art spectrum analyzer giving you features that go far beyond the possibilities of any stand-alone hardware unit.
An important advantage of your new analyzer software is the fact that your computer monitor is a far better means of displaying analyzer measurments than any LED or LCD bar. By making use of standard computer operations your analyzer software will store your personal settings or analyze audio data you may have previously recorded.
Correlation Meter (giving you information about the the mono compatibility of a stereo signal) you also can make easily Phase Check with this tool...
The Correlation Meter provides information about mutual phase-frequency relations between the signal of the left and right channel and allows us to spot any possible irregularities. These 'irregularities' may not have any significance in the case of stereo playback, but it should be remembered that the material we record can also be played as a mono signal (for example, on TV or on one of the radio stations which are broadcast or received in mono).
We can not emphasize enough how important it is that your final mix is as close as possible to your intended mix. Of course you will have to spend some time with the program to learn how to read the indications of the correlation meter. Correlation with percentaged values.
The Eq suggestion provides equalizer settings on a 1/3 octave equalizer that will optimize the sound under "ideal studio conditions". Eq suggestion provides settings for the Equalizer faders to make the Sound (Input) linear.
The SA will allow the user to actually observe the holes or the overlevels(highs and lows) as a function of frequency. The user may easily copy the fader settings to an actual 1/3 EQ hardware unit.
Minor adjustments may be necessary as this process does not take into account any of the natural acoustics that are inherent and unique to each studio or listening area. If the user saves the results from Eq suggestion, then loads the file into the Graphic Equalizer 2.0, the data will set up the EQ automatically.
There will be a audibly noticeable difference between the original source and the revised signal due to the equalization process.
This section of the program offers the ability to make sample measurements of the frequency response of a performance area, without actually having the artists present. It may be utilized to set approximate EQ levels during the setup process. This will help reduce the typical last minute hassle of waiting for the musicians, performing a sound check, making required adjustments, redo the sound check
The Wave Player allows you the opportunity to load a pre-recorded Mp3/wav files and run an analysis of the data. All data contained in your sampling will be shown. Any changes made to the sampling rate will be automatically detected by the Spectrum Analyzer. The Locator is very practical when you work with big Wave files.
The built-in generator allows the correct calibration between Analyzer and the line-in signal. Generator leveling calibrated to 1/1000 of a dB.
This software is not reviewed yet.
you can run any windows sound application or DVD Player software above the Equalizer. The Equalizer will correct the audio stream automatic and will include the Limiter and the compressor to be sure, that the audio signal is not to loud or not to low