Iridium Iris Software has updated Black Sonar, a stereo signal analysis tool that is designed to make a mix visualized in time or frequency domain in any sample rate, to v1.0.3.
New in version 1.0.3: a bug fix in the frequency domain and added a 3D rotation around the X-axis so that a user can tilt the stereo frequency domain a bit, making its easier to compare the two channels. This is done by clicking the mouse key while moving it up and down (only when comparing two signals).
Black Sonar has 2 channels drawn in different colors where a user can change the transparency of the topmost for better visibility while comparing the two signals.
Time domain; the waveform is constant drawn from left to right visualizing the strength over time, displaying the peaks in dB. The RMS for each channel are also displayed and will change depending of what part a user is looking at.
Frequency domain; the spectral power representing the strength across each frequency. The mouse cursor will display hertz and decibel at any given point.
New from V1.0.2, Goniometer; look for phasing problems between the two channels.
This product has a free fully functional evaluation version which can be found at www.iridiumiris.se/effects (same as the retail version).