Schulz Audio has announced the release of an update to its multi-channel spectrum analyzer effect plugin for Windows and Mac.
Spectrum 2 now uses the same frameworks as Oszillos Mega Scope, allowing for custom colors, re-naming of tracks and auto-naming/auto-coloring if the DAW supports it. The new version also allows you to make screenshots, freeze the display and hide individual tracks.
Spectrum 2 is a VST, AU and AAX multi channel spectrum analyzer plugin that allows you to inspect the frequency content of your mixes. It’s ideal to find clashing frequencies and to cleanup your mix. It supports input from multiple channels: just drop an instance at each point in your signal chain you want to measure.
Spectrum 2 features
- Super fast graphics.
- Zero routing.
- User selectable colours.
- Instance renaming.
- Spectrogram & spectrograph display modes.
- Variable block size: 2k-16k.
- Variable refresh rate: 40ms – 200ms.
- Spectral smoothing: zero to eight seven.
- Manual & auto-ranging.
- Display Frequencies in Hz and as musical Note.
- VST2, VST3, AU, AAX, App.
- 32&64 bit Windows & macOS.
Spectrum 2 is on sale for the intro price of 39 EUR for a limited time (regular 59 EUR). Users of Spectrum 1 can upgrade at a discount after logging in on the Spectrum 2 page.
The plugin is also included in the Analyser Bundle and Mega Bundle.
More information: Schulz Audio