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Plugin Analyzer / Level Matcher Plugin by Basq Audio
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FxDiff by Basq Audio is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
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FxDiff is a powerful VST3/AU plugin designed to analyze other audio plugins. By inserting FxDiff around the plugins under test, you can thoroughly examine its behavior and effects. Additionally, FxDiff serves as a level matcher, enabling precise comparison between bypassed and processed signals.

Frequency Response Analysis: Conduct gain and phase analysis of any plugin loaded in DAW. You can even visualize the Gain curves of EQ plugins withou EQ curve GUI.

Compression and Distortion Analysis: Examine the compression curves of compressor plugins and the non-linear distortion curves of saturator plugins.

Spectrum Analyzer : Compare the frequency domain characteristics between bypassed and processed paths to identify the added effect by the plugins.

Oscilloscope : Assess the time-domain waveform and differences between the bypassed and processed signals for a comprehensive understanding.

Level Matching: Automatically match the level between bypassed and processed paths, ensuring accurate evaluation of the plugin's effect without level discrepancies.

Auditory Comparison: Listen to the differences or blend between the bypassed and processed signals.

Signal Generator: Generate basic test signals, such as sine waves, noise, or specified WAV audio, to use in place of the input signal.

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