Hofa announces IQ-Analyser v2
Hofa Plug-ins is working on the second version of its IQ-Analyser plug-in, which will include user-requested features.
The IQ-Analyser v2 is still under development and no release date has been announced yet, but Hofa already communicated on the new features:
- Simultaneous “live”-display of various signals in one window
- Higher resolution and more accuarate display (filterbank technology)
- Continuous frequency zoom
- Tonal pitch display
- Improved management of references with sub folders
- Meter Only mode
- Pass IQ-Analyser measurements to IQ-EQ
- Additional keyboard display
- Variable Pink Noise / White Noise weighting
- Import and export of measurements
- Alternative meters
Hofa recommends you purchase v1 now to avoid the price raise and receive the upgrade for free before the official release. The plug-in is currently available for 99€ at hofa-plugins.de.
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