Its free, its easy and it works, what more do you want? I'm a plugin developer and this is my go to oscilloscope for checking the output of my synth oscillators. I use it constantly for plugin development. Recently I tried downloading another software oscilloscope which looked fancy but after I downloaded it the installer started trying to update it's own Windows Visual Studio SDK on top of my development system, fortunately I stopped it in time before any damage was done. I'm going back to s(M)exoscope since I can depend on it.
For me the S(m)exoscope is the best waveform visualizer. Really awesome plugin.
I Know that the mac installer to Logic is AU, but i'm using the logic X, and to run the Scope on logic X i need use the JbridgeM, in consequence VST to mac. And when I download the S(m)exoscope VST to Mac, the format of the archive is .sit. So how can I install it? Anyone knows?
Forget it.Take this one, far better! It is also totally free (the registration is only to get automatically the new beta versions, Benjamin is a totally safe guy and very kind). Don't forget to see the video.
And s (M)exoscope has not been updated since 2007... the one I strongly invite you to use is in continual evolution from 2011. And it provides much more features.
thank you ! this is very helpful !, i have been having a hard time getting s(M)exoscope to work on Logic Pro X (macos). everything thing i tried was a dead end, even the newer zipped files, and newest versions from the original site smart electronix.
this link for Oszillos Mega Scope is a great alternative.
For everyone wanting this, Bram from Smartelectronix put all plugins on GitHub as open source and have updated plugins to include both x32 and x64 versions for Win and OS X. It also includes a dark skin for Smexoscope. Pretty neat.
To save you time looking for links, you can get plugins here. Just download the latest versions.