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    New plug worth checking out...

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    Finally, an actual directx plug-in spectrum analyzer... at least, the 1st one of its type I've found.
    Only $35... its bought. Put one on different tracks and stuff and has screen capture... this'll be nice.
    http://www.brainspawn.com/products/SpectR/SpectR.htm
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    Oh, be sure to check out the SpectR-pro 2.0 beta 3 version of this thing... looks better and has more features.

    "SpectR-Pro has a unique feature which can capture the frequency response of a reference signal and store it as an EQ curve. This EQ curve can be statically displayed for a visual reference, or can be applied to an input signal in real time to view the offset between the input signal and the stored EQ curve."

    That one is really cool. Compare your guitars to a commercial recording, etc, see where you stand, mud wise.

    And guess what? The demo is fully functional in 3 minute increments, at which time it asks if you wanna register.
    Heres the pro version...
    http://www.brainspawn.com/products/S...SpectR-Pro.htm
    Peace!
    Paul

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    Almost perfect... anyone tried it yet?
    Peace!
    Paul

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks tubedude!

    I downloaded both trials. I've been looking for a plug like this but just couldn't cough up 3 bills for the Pinguin...

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    "Look around - Hear the sounds..." ~ Mike Portnoy

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    Angry SHIT SHIT SHIT!!!

    I can't get either of the demos to work....grrrrrrrrrr......

    What program are you running them in??
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    Can't get it to work at all in Soundforge and only the 33 band basic version comes up in eMagic...

    I have an eMail out to them.

    If I can get it to work I'll buy the pro version...

    zip >>
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    OK people...

    Don't let my problem scare you off...

    I eMailed them and we worked though the problems ALREADY!!

    It now works in both my soundforge and eMagic Plat...(I had to enable it using the Plugin enabler)

    Hell...the quick response I got from them was worth $35 by itself!

    I buy tomorrow...

    Thanks for the tip tubedude!
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    I just tried the SpectR-Pro demo and I like it...

    I can see the low and high frequency peaks of my bass part in a single track, and look at the whole mix in real time instead of exporting the mix to SEKD RedRoaster.

    What I don't like is seeing how much more energy I'm pushing in the 80-800 range as opposed to the stuff above 800hz. From the looks of this thing, I'm all bass.

    What I don't like is seeing how much energy I'm still pushing below 40hz. I didn't even know that stuff was there.

    So I'm not happy with what I'm seeing, but I'm sure glad I'm seeing it. Maybe one day I'll be able to hear it without having to see it.

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    Seeing...

    ...is believing! Especially when you have small monitors.
    "Look around - Hear the sounds..." ~ Mike Portnoy

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    You should have a high pass filter going on just about everything in your project except the kick and bass, and maybe even them to kill anything below 30 or 40hz, which your speakers prob wont create anyway. Roll off the guitar and it cann really open up a mix.
    Peace!
    Paul

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