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DDMF releases Plugindoctor VST and AU Plugin Analyzer for Mac & Win

DDMF has released Plugindoctor, a new utility application that fills a long-standing gap in the market: a cross-platform and cross-bit-format plugin analyzer for VST and AU plugins. Whether you are a plugin developer yourself who wants to thoroughly test the audio quality of your latest and greatest product, or a power user who wants to understand in more detail what exactly a specific plugin is doing to your precious audio material, Plugindoctor will help you find out.

Features:

  • Highest quality, double precision FFT engine, independent stereo channel analysis.
  • Linear analysis: magnitude and phase response using delta or random input signal.
  • Harmonic analysis: highly accurate frequency response analysis to a sinusoidal input signal. Input strength and frequency can be varied for THD/THD+N calculation. Switchable intermodular distortion modus.
  • Oscilloscope: watch what happens to a sinusoidal input signal in real time.
  • Dynamics: use a ramping signal to test compression or expansion, or an attack-release signal to check your compressor's attack and decay curves.
  • Performance: how many milliseconds are really spent in your plugin's audio processing callback (as a function of buffer size).
  • Freely resizable user interface.
  • Three quality settings, corresponding to three different FFT buffer sizes.
  • Storage option of curves in Linear and Harmonic analysis mode for easy comparison of settings or of different plugins.
  • Built-in screenshot function.
  • Comes as a 32 and a 64-bit executable.
  • Can load VST and (on Mac) AU effect plugins.

If you've been looking for an all-encompassing plugin analyzer, this is it. A free demo is available, with an occasional processing interruption and a limitation of one plugin per session.

Price: $19. Owners of other DDMF products get a 50 percent reduction (code sent out separately via email).

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