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DTSR
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spectrographic tools

Post by DTSR » Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:45 pm

Just wondering if the analysis tool-set has been overhauled in this version? it's been a legacy plug-in for some time now.

I see that spectral information is at last available in the EQ display, which is great, but a fully fledged analysis tool with a colour spectrographic display should surely be a standard plug-in at this point?

Also, what about the option to view audio parts based on spectral content rather than amplitude? Has this been considered? It has been implemented in a number of other products, so is it likely we will see it here at any point?

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Re: spectrographic tools

Post by Dietz » Tue Nov 20, 2012 3:50 pm

Yes, please!

I've been suggesting an optional spectrogram-view (ideally directly on the track-lanes in the multitrack window!) since NU3, I think. :ugeek:

This would be _extremely_ helpful on many occasions.
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Re: spectrographic tools

Post by Oliver.Lucas » Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:17 pm

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Re: spectrographic tools

Post by JayRoseCAS » Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:16 pm

For what it's worth... spectrogram tracks have been available in the free / open-source Audacity for years, selectable on a track-by-track basis. Also choice of linear or log (dB) for displaying envelopes and waveforms.

Not that Audacity comes anywhere near Nuendo as a production platform. But it has some great functions for teaching about sound.
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