Audiofile Engineering has released version 1.5 of Spectre, a multi-instrument real-time audio analyzer for Mac OS X.
Spectre focuses squarely on live audio analysis by offering 17 different multi-channel and multi-trace meters. Each meter can have any number of traces or indicators, and each trace can have it’s own number of input channels, gain, mixing, filtering, ballistics and color (including transparency). You can have as many meters (or copies of meters) as your screen will allow! Spectre also gives you very precise control over color gradients.
Changes in Spectre v1.5
- A/B/C-weighted filters
- VU and BBC Meters: calibration
- VU Meter: Peak LED light (is a trace type)
- Oscilloscope: trigger sync
- Numerical Meter > Measurement: Crest Factor (ratio of the peak to the RMS)
- Numerical Meter > Measurement: Form Factor (ratio of the peak to the average)
- Lissajous meter: autozoom switch
- Gain control for individual traces
- Individual traces can be active/inactive
- Individual traces hidden/visible
- “Duplicate Meter” in Edit menu
- Ability to show/hide grid in relevant meters
- Redesigned Player featuring Ogg Vorbis and FLAC support
Spectre for Mac is available to purchase for $79 USD.