Photosounder unveils the Spiral analyzer
Photosounder announces the availability of a new spectral analyzer plug-in based on circular and colored signal display.
Available in 32 and 64-bit VST and AU plug-in formats for Mac OS X and Windows, Spiral displays a representation of the sound spectrum as a spiral in a chromatic circle. Colors represent the position in the stereo mix (you can sometimes distinguish specific instruments by their colors) and by clicking the spiral you can create overlays that represent the harmonics of a specific note and adjust this option to identify notes in a chord, for instance.
It is possible to adjust the analysis resolution according to the spectral content (very fast notes, complex notes, bass instruments and more), and rotate the view to display the root note on top and easily identify notes. You can also save sound parts to the Spiral memory and play them at a slower pace (0% to 100%), a practical feature when analyzing chords.
Spiral is available for $99 and you can download a trial version from photosounder.com.
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