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TOPIC: Audio Visualizer Spectrum Analysis Tom Cosm Bass 9

Audio Visualizer Spectrum Analysis Tom Cosm Bass 9 3 years 3 months ago #22193

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Hello Tom Cosm fam! I've been delving into sound design (never thought I'd turn into a synth guy :blush: ) and I just finished watching the amazing Ableton Live Sound Design 2 - Basslines grouping available for Pro members. I came across something very interesting and intriguing (to a newer producer like myself anyway...) that appeared in Ableton Live Sound Design 2 - Basslines - Bassline 9
cosm.co.nz/index.php?option=com_zoo&task...tem_id=55&Itemid=252

In this video, Tom opens up a spectrum analyzer 3rd party plugin by NuGen Audio called Visualizer. I was completely blown away by the visual detail that I'm seriously considering telling Live's "Spectrum" to take a hike. Just so you know I'm an "all in the box" guy when it comes to ableton live's native devices. However, I feel like I would kind of be a fool if I didn't pick this up, as I'm really trying to be completely on top of my sound and the frequencies. Does anyone on here know if this a total quality plug in for audio visual representation? I'm not doubting the great wisdom of one Tom Cosm of course, however, you can never be sure how old a video was posted and perhaps a better spectrum analyzer has come out since them. Any thoughts on NuGen Audio Visualizer (or any other possibly better device) would be greatly appreciated. It costs $200 USD so it is pricey, however, it looks amazing! Link to the site.... I don't mind the spending the $$.
www.nugenaudio.com/visualizer-audio-anal...plugin-aax-au-vst_26
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Audio Visualizer Spectrum Analysis Tom Cosm Bass 9 3 years 3 months ago #22196

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Both of those are great visualizers. However, I highly recommend voxengo SPAN. I just picked it up and is is so freakin sweet I don't know how I lived without it. Ther best part is, wait for it........IT'S FREE!
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Audio Visualizer Spectrum Analysis Tom Cosm Bass 9 3 years 3 months ago #22256

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I had to do a bunch of seeking but I finally found this page again. It might be interesting as it seems to have a huge range of signal analyzers and visualizers.
Most or all are free, sooooo..... anyway
www.studiotoolz.net/audio-software/spectrum-analyzer/
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