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New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by Sounddesigner » Mon Dec 17, 2012 1:29 am

Just noticed there's a new plugin on S|C's website;

http://sonic-core.net/joomla.soniccore/ ... 68&lang=us

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

Post by Bud Weiser » Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:07 am

Sounddesigner wrote:Just noticed there's a new plugin on S|C's website;

http://sonic-core.net/joomla.soniccore/ ... 68&lang=us
Cool, that´s a step forward.
Now,- I´d wish it had a phase correlation meter and peak/RMS level metering (evtl. switchable to K-metering) built in as a sidebar.
That´s what I miss in SCOPE since I ditched my RME card for XITE-1 and now cannot use RME DigiCheck application anymore.

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

Post by wouterz » Mon Dec 17, 2012 5:37 am

Is that second image a phase correlation meter?

I also have the Wolf Analyzer Pack (http://wolf-audio.com/wad/devices/Entri ... _Pack.html) but I will buy this one also :)

I noticed the device is not yet on the Sonic Core FTP server.
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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by niceboy » Mon Dec 17, 2012 6:20 am

wouterz wrote:Is that second image a phase correlation meter?

I also have the Wolf Analyzer Pack (http://wolf-audio.com/wad/devices/Entri ... _Pack.html) but I will buy this one also :)

I noticed the device is not yet on the Sonic Core FTP server.
Thats great .
Can we check analog balanced signal in also.
Its important because we use unballanced signals on Black Star and the Sibirian Pedal,
that they copied. So we maybe can help finding out also for Voice
that have balanced signals.
Clearly we do guitarsetup on compressors to get good sound ,
We have good sound from unbalanced and balanced through ADAT.
Thats not good enough for us , just tell if its only for Synths
Tell us exactly what we can analyse.
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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by Mr Arkadin » Mon Dec 17, 2012 6:32 am

niceboy wrote: Tell us exactly what we can analyse.
Any audio. In Scope.

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

Post by bcslaam » Mon Dec 17, 2012 8:14 am

I was all excited and ready with credit card thinking we finally had lkfs /lufs metering in scope. But no just another of the same. Someone please.

It looks like the best one yet however.

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

Post by Bud Weiser » Mon Dec 17, 2012 8:38 am

wouterz wrote:Is that second image a phase correlation meter?
Don´t know,- others look different though.
wouterz wrote: I also have the Wolf Analyzer Pack (http://wolf-audio.com/wad/devices/Entri ... _Pack.html) but I will buy this one also :)
Ah, I remember Gary pointed me on this some time ago ...
I´m careful w/ the old Creamware stuff for XITE,- are you running it on XITE-1 and what´s the DSP ?

Now, w/ SCOPE 6 hopefully arriving soon and new devices coming up from S|C (as also 3rd party),- I expect these to be optimized already but I´m not sure on the old stuff, you know.
So, I´d prefer buying new devices in general.

Bud

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

Post by ehasting » Mon Dec 17, 2012 8:53 am

Purchased.. Great addition to the platform for me! :)
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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by niceboy » Mon Dec 17, 2012 9:01 am

ehasting wrote:Purchased.. Great addition to the platform for me! :)
I will buy it also then if you say its a good idea.
For me it seems to be good for the linear research we do.

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

Post by garyb » Mon Dec 17, 2012 9:46 am

the guys at G.O.S.T. are pretty sharp. everyone knows that tgstgs does great work and really knows what he's doing....

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

Post by wouterz » Mon Dec 17, 2012 12:22 pm

Bud Weiser wrote:
wouterz wrote:Is that second image a phase correlation meter?
Don´t know,- others look different though.
wouterz wrote: I also have the Wolf Analyzer Pack (http://wolf-audio.com/wad/devices/Entri ... _Pack.html) but I will buy this one also :)
Ah, I remember Gary pointed me on this some time ago ...
I´m careful w/ the old Creamware stuff for XITE,- are you running it on XITE-1 and what´s the DSP ?

Now, w/ SCOPE 6 hopefully arriving soon and new devices coming up from S|C (as also 3rd party),- I expect these to be optimized already but I´m not sure on the old stuff, you know.
So, I´d prefer buying new devices in general.

Bud
I'm running it on a PCI system, it's heavy on the DSP usage (the most extensive version of the analyzer adds 6 bars in the DSP meter on a 18 DSP system). On an XITE -1 that would be what... half a bar or something, I'm just guessing here.
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Re: New G.O.S.T Analyzer plugin

Post by Liquid EDGE » Mon Dec 17, 2012 12:56 pm

Hoorah.

I've been wishing for an analyzer for the xite-1 for time.

This is a 100% purchase for me.

Hoorah once again.

And yes. Finally. :)

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

Post by next to nothing » Mon Dec 17, 2012 1:17 pm

Please SC

It appears you have finally (well, not of late) found someone that understands true interfacing between native coding and DSP code, PLEASE FIX YOUR SAMPLERS. I remeber in the good old days, we laughed at all VSTi "samplers" not being able to sample.

Hey, now the _X64 versions doesnt even.. eh... work. For years. And you dont even care to mention this in your shop, you even promote them as 64bit wonders. And please dont say it hasn't been brought to your attention. Atleast be proper and fix your shop with what is 64bit comp and what isn't.

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

Post by dawman » Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:03 pm

I couldn't agree more about the STS 5000 with unlimited RAM. I know there's many things to be fixed and not enough time, so maybe Scope 6 will fix these.
I am getting the analyzer though, I am not really in need of one since I don't know wtf I am doing, but it might make me look like I know some scientific stuff if it is seen on my screen.
Do the peasants in the USA have to pay VAT....?? If so I wish they would just say here's what this will cost you... :wink:

Besides Thomas makes so much stuff for us for free, it's about time his labor of love get some skins.

Thanks tgstgs and indeed, Merry Christmas to you European heathens...... :D

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

Post by Liquid EDGE » Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:52 pm

Analyzers help you see what your ears can not pin point.
You must know this dawman. :p

Well, that's the main thing I want it for.

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

Post by hubird » Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:06 pm

what about the PCI traffic load?
My memory (what's left) tells me all graphics use the PCI interface, or has this changed now for the fast sharcs of Xite?
As mac user I'm bound to my Quicksilver machine, and I'm asking myself will it work on a so old machine.
As long as the DSps do the job there's no problem but PCI traffic is another story.

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

Post by irrelevance » Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:19 pm

Congrats on new plug release but why no demo?

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

Post by garyb » Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:29 pm

if you want a demo, install the plugin and then send the request string to support in a letter specifying a trial key for Analyzer.

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

Post by tgstgs » Tue Dec 18, 2012 1:35 am

left pic shoes two 1 kHz sinus phase inverted;
right pic shoes a historiesed HiHat green vs a bongo beat red;

there are at max 4 audio lines over pci this should not be a probl.

for each curve an own thread is started;
so at max 4 curves it performes best on a 4 core;
the code is as fast as possible depending on your cpu/grafix system to show ideally each sample;
but the code is also nice to other processes so im able to run on a 3GHz single core with wavelab in the background;

if you close the panel all code is bypassed_

it was made to be not just the same as all other;
to give you a non sientific fast overview of whats going on in frequency domain by switching trough the different view modes;
just work with it for a while /compare with others and then judge_

hope you like it vibes


edit:
i have no access to the samplers sourcecode they are NOT made by G.O.S.T.
all our commercial plugs are x64 compatible_

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

Post by ehasting » Tue Dec 18, 2012 1:55 am

The suggestion of the day:
SC: can you please hand over the source code to tgstgs :D

Anyway, i am looking forward to be getting the key! i love that you can have several sources of audio, easy to have pre- post- check :).
Thanx for brining new stuff to the platform!
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