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    VST Spectrogram

    Anyone know of a VST spectrogram they like. I dig the one in Ozone 5. (I have the Ozone 5 Advanced). However, iZotope, while offering a HUGE value with Ozone 5 for whatever it is ($200 maybe?) , the price goes up tremendously with Advanced metering features.

    I noticed that Reaper had some of these same meters (although not the prettiest things on the planet).

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    Re: VST Spectrogram

    schwa has a nice one. I tried out the demo about a year ago just to mess with it and remember thinking it was pretty handy.

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    Re: VST Spectrogram

    Here's an analyzer that works well and has spectrogram capabilities and is free: MAnalyzer
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    Re: VST Spectrogram

    Originally Posted by m24p
    Here's an analyzer that works well and has spectrogram capabilities and is free: MAnalyzer
    I'm going to give this one a shot. I am a sucker for a good Analyzer.
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    Re: VST Spectrogram

    I really like Blue Cat's tools, though they are expensive.

    I have fallen in love with Spectre, but that's not VST, Mac only ... unbelievable for $99, especially when compared to what Izotope wants.

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    Re: VST Spectrogram

    Originally Posted by frameloss
    I really like Blue Cat's tools, though they are expensive.
    I use the free version and I like it, but it lacks the kind of detail I would prefer, although the paid version is probably everything I want.
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