HoRNet Plugins has announced the release of a new multi-track spectrum analyzer that provides two different kinds of visualization of the audio spectrum for up to 28 tracks together.

MultiFreqs allows you to check against frequency collision in tracks and help you get a more separated sounding mix.

The first visualisation type is called “analog” and is inspired to an analog hardware spectrum analyser, the second one is called “digital” and it’s HoRNet’s own take on the typical spectrum analyser based on the FFT.

The spectrum analyzer has peak display and average level display, it also works on the mid or side components of a stereo signal. Up to 28 tracks can be shown together and you can select which one you want to display. On VST3 and AAX hosts the plugin is able to read the track name, but you can easily change it just clicking on the name of the instance.

To find out problems between tracks even faster MultiFreqs also has a “conflict” button that shows only the part of the spectrum in common between all the enabled tracks.

MultiFreqs features

  • Two different spectrum views, analog and digital.
  • Selectable dBs range.
  • Three different integration times.
  • Peaks and average display and reset.
  • Mid/Side mode (display sum of stereo channels or difference).
  • Up to 28 different tracks can be shown at once.
  • “Conflict” mode to display overlapping spectrum between tracks.
  • Instances get the track name automatically (available in VST3 and AAX formats).
  • Analyzer color freely selectable for every instance.
  • Preset save and load.
  • Resizable vector GUI.
  • Hardware accelerated GUI.
  • Apple M1 support.

Priced 14.99 EUR, the plugin is available from HoRNet Plugins.