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GT Analyser

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GT Analyser has an average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews

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Reviewed By Debutante [read all by] on April 11th, 2020
Version reviewed: 19.10 on Windows.
Last edited by Debutante on 11th April 2020.

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.

Hats off.

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Comments & Discussion for Gramotech GT Analyser

Discussion: Active
14 July 2019 at 9:18am

Thank you much for update and improvements.

Could you please attach a portable ver. of one next time?

And I noticed a quite large increase in CPU usage when stretch the window out (even when all stopped) and phase meter freezes. (windows7, Reaper).

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