oscilloscope "oszilight"

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  1. stylus02

    stylus02 New Member

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    since i cant find anymore this good freeware on the web, i have a download link for you. this thing & the kx wavegenerator turns your dsp into a test laboratory. i use it as main measurering tool for creating plugins.

    features:

    - 2 channels
    - fft (very high resolution)
    - x/y correlation
    - hold
    - trigger
    - bias
    - average value display
    - units: db/div, hz/div
    - up to 40 fps display

    https://sites.google.com/site/kxmodular/oszilight.zip
     
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    very nice, thanks for the link.

    I played around with the parameters and did not find a way to set up a goniometer mode with that thing. Is that possible? Did I miss something.
    Very nice little tool anyhow
     
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    the x/y mode is very flexible. i tried it on music just now. you can make a better symmetry by choosing another source input mode. if you need more tools i can advice this site.
    http://www.techmind.org/audio/
    there is a nice frequency counter. beside frequencies it shows the chromatic scale.
     
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    Nice thing to play around with for aesthetic reasons. But to get some visual feedback about correlation and mono compatibility besides that, I guess the left and right setting is the best to use. Just like a normal goniometer in a studio.
    Anyhow, that thing is great because its not limited to a vst slot in some particular application, but standalone and you can monitor anything you´re listening to, anytime.

    Nice toys and tools, thanx. The Spectrum analyzer ist nice with all those scaling settings. But its not as pretty as the sa-minus, which i usually have open all the time. :)
     

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