New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

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dante
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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by dante » Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:11 pm

Yes thanks for the explanations and the extra visual modes. We get the overall gist anyway about weighted axis vs real volume (fft).

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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by niceboy » Sat Jan 12, 2013 1:26 pm

The lowpass and bandpass VU meters we will definately use in our mastering later here,
Just to compare diferencies between before and after lowend processing
That seems to be usfull also to see the numbers if much subbas is needed
Thanks
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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by fidox » Sat Mar 18, 2017 4:03 am

will this plugin help me to find proper bass and drum frequency area.
i'm trying to figure out how to put drum frequency and bass + subbass + eq, so that my mix will not sound so muddy.
and if there are 4 individual inputs, can i monitor vst bass sound from sequencer (asio channel out) + drum (scope device) ?
if i understand correctly, than yes.

similar to this (picture included).

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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by Liquid EDGE » Sat Mar 18, 2017 9:57 am

Yeah. It has 4 inputs. So you can compare 2 stereo signals or up to 4 mono signals. Setup each signal with different colours.

Bare in mind that the more analyser signals you display the lower the frame rate will be.

My system is xp 32bit with only 4gig ram accessible. So that visual steppyness may be more apparent than someone with a newer operating system and more ram!

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