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Spectrum Analyzer in Wavelab 6?

Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 1:05 am
by Ozzy
Hi there,

In Nuendo 4, there is an option to select an audio file and view a spectrum analysis of it. you can view the left, right, summed mono or stereo channels on it.

Is there an option to do this is Wavelab 6? I would think there should be as its a mastering program, but havent been able to find it so far!

Thanks in advance,

Oz

Re: Spectrum Analyzer in Wavelab 6?

Posted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:22 pm
by C.LYDE
..are you serious..? :shock:

Re: Spectrum Analyzer in Wavelab 6?

Posted: Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:24 am
by Uwe Huebner
Spectrum analysis in Nuendo is very rudimentary, compared to WaveLab 6.
Have you ever tried the "Global Analysis" [y] in WaveLab?

Re: Spectrum Analyzer in Wavelab 6?

Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:19 pm
by C.LYDE
Could we expand this discussion a little further, than the original ..mm..question..

There are quite a few free analysers that prove to be more 'useful' than the WL tool set. I appreciate the various windowing options - very powerful, if one appreciates the mathematical compromises when selecting various window options; my suspicion is though that most of these are pretty useless for attempting to measure what effect the eq plug-in has had on that snare sound... for example.

This does make me wonder if there are any plans afoot to really lift the ante with the built-in analysers?

Fletcher Munson offset is such a handy aspect (MeldaProduction are really doing a great job)