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Blue Cat Audio has announced the release of new versions its audio analysis plug-ins for Windows and Mac.

This update is designed to bring output data refresh rate customization to improve MIDI or automation output for smoother side chaining, new trigger mode for the oscilloscope, note display for spectrum analyzers, pan law selection for stereoscopes, performance improvements on Mac and more.

 

Changes in Blue Cat Analysis Plug-ins

  • Digital Peak Meter Pro v3.5
    • Output data rate (MIDI CC or automation) can now be customized, from 20 to 500 Hz.
    • Increased the default output data rate (from 20 to 50 Hz).
    • All meters can now be reset with a single button.
    • Envelope graphs can now be zoomed.
  • FreqAnalyst Multi v1.91
    • Output data rate can now be customized, from 20 to 500 Hz.
    • Increased the default output data rate (from 20 to 50 Hz).
    • Note value for the current mouse location is now displayed, in addition to the frequency.
  • FreqAnalyst Pro v1.94
    • Output data rate (MIDI CC or automation) can now be customized, from 20 to 500 Hz.
    • Increased the default output data rate (from 20 to 50 Hz).
    • Note value for the current mouse location is now displayed, in addition to the frequency.
  • Oscilloscope Multi v1.7
    • Output data rate can now be customized, from 20 to 500 Hz.
    • Increased the default output data rate (from 20 to 50 Hz) for smoother curve display.
    • New trigger mode: the oscilloscopes can now be synced using a trigger, based on the value and direction of the incoming audio signal.
    • Windows: improved settings dialog loading time.
    • Mac: user interface performance improvement (up to 30% lighter on cpu).
  • StereoScope Multi v1.91
    • Output data rate can now be customized, from 20 to 500 Hz.
    • Increased the default output data rate (from 20 to 50 Hz).
    • Several pan laws can now be selected to match your preferences.
  • StereoScope Pro v1.9
    • Output data rate (MIDI CC or automation) can now be customized, from 20 to 500 Hz.
    • Increased the default output data rate (from 20 to 50 Hz).
    • Several pan laws can now be selected to match your preferences.
    • Center position is now displayed with numbers in addition to the graphical meter.

 

The upgrade is free for existing customers and can be downloaded from the same location as the previous version. If you do not own these plug-ins yet, demo versions in DirectX, VST, RTAS and Audio Unit formats are available for download.

 

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