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Voxengo launches Span Plus

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Voxengo announces the release of a more complete version of its Span FFT spectrum analyzer, sold at a special price until June 1st.

Span Plus retains Span functionalities and adds PNG file export, real time spectrum import/export and static spectrums display features. The plug-in supports multichannel analyzing, so you’ll be able to display two channels or channel groups spectrums at the same time and use different colors to differentiate them. Mid/Side analysis is also included.

It will also be possible to customize the analyzer preferences (number of samples for the Fast Fourier Transforms, overlapping percentage, visual spectrum slope and more…).

Span Plus also offers output level, K-Meter (with calibration) and correlation meters, along with meter statistics, headroom estimation and clipping detection.

Span Plus is available in VST and AU formats for Mac and Windows 32 and 64-bit, for the special introductory price of $39.95 instead of $49.95 until June 1st. More info at www.voxengo.com.

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