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GT Analyser is a high-resolution spectrum analyser plug-in with unmatched low-end precision. GT Analyser offers many controls to allow you to get the ultimate view of the frequency content of your sound.
GT Analyser uses cutting edge techniques to display an accurate representation of the frequency content of a sound. The many controls shipped with GT Analyser allow anyone to tweak its behavior to their exact needs and tastes.
The analyser has unmatched low-end precision compared to other spectrum analysers thanks to its unique algorithm. It also has one of the best looking UI's of any analyser available today so you will love using it on all of your audio projects.
Been updated since I first tried it:
CPU Usage has been dropped into the ocean.
Seems infinitely more stable than the beta (duh).
The BEST dynamics representation I've seen in any spectrum analyzer. Smacks hit high and quick AND LOOK IT, even with a fast DnB loop - you can SEEEEE exactly ----when---- the pointy bits bounce out the most/highest.
I think this is why the bass representation is being touted; if the bass responds as accurately as everything else, then it is able to show slow, undulating swells, and thus, clearly offbeat bass movement in the subs that my compressor might have reacted to without actually hearing it or otherwise knowing it was there - and certainly not seeing it as offensively in my other FFT's. I always looked for detailed frequency representation in them. I have only now learned the degree to which DYNAMICS can be discerned from a good FFT.
Only wish for a VST2 version.
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I found this analyzer very informative. -24db ramp (which is 4.5db tilt) perfectly shows overall balance. CPU consumption is ridiculous, only about 0.1%, even in 65536 blocks mode. Beautiful GUI, but no mid/side mode and only VST3, so in Live only through some patcher. Yes, there are plenty of great free analyzers on the market already, but this one is kinda perfect for me.Read Review