New app. Analyser & Tuner AUv3 Plugin by 4Pockets.com

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  • edited September 2018

    I have their Panning Delay and quite like it. I’m going to take a look at their bundles.

    PS - got the Essentials bundle. Very nice reverb and graphic EQ in addition to the delay. Reverb sounds a lot warmer than some of the others I have.

  • I jumped on it immediately as I’ve been clamoring for an AU analyzer since forever. I like it so far with only a few nitpicks. It’s hard to be too critical of it because I’m damn happy it even exists. BUT, I do wish the graph was horizontally scalable to expand focus on specific frequency ranges. And while having a tuner is certainly helpful, what we really need on this platform is a correlation meter. I’m amazed at just how destructive some FX apps can be to the phase of a signal when I use Logic to analyze. I digress.

    If you’re looking for a dedicated AU analyzer then I think this is your only option (?). But it’s also nicely built and does its job well.

  • @brice said:
    I jumped on it immediately as I’ve been clamoring for an AU analyzer since forever. I like it so far with only a few nitpicks. It’s hard to be too critical of it because I’m damn happy it even exists. BUT, I do wish the graph was horizontally scalable to expand focus on specific frequency ranges. And while having a tuner is certainly helpful, what we really need on this platform is a correlation meter. I’m amazed at just how destructive some FX apps can be to the phase of a signal when I use Logic to analyze. I digress.

    If you’re looking for a dedicated AU analyzer then I think this is your only option (?). But it’s also nicely built and does its job well.

    Does it also include an oscilloscope?

    I've really grown fond if this one on the desktop...
    https://www.meldaproduction.com/MOscilloscope

  • I'm fine with ApeFilter because EQ and spectrum go together.
    Or, even cheaper, Audio Evolution's fantastic Toneboosters EQ if you can stay inside AEM.

  • edited September 2018

    @Samu said:

    @brice said:
    I jumped on it immediately as I’ve been clamoring for an AU analyzer since forever. I like it so far with only a few nitpicks. It’s hard to be too critical of it because I’m damn happy it even exists. BUT, I do wish the graph was horizontally scalable to expand focus on specific frequency ranges. And while having a tuner is certainly helpful, what we really need on this platform is a correlation meter. I’m amazed at just how destructive some FX apps can be to the phase of a signal when I use Logic to analyze. I digress.

    If you’re looking for a dedicated AU analyzer then I think this is your only option (?). But it’s also nicely built and does its job well.

    Does it also include an oscilloscope?

    I've really grown fond if this one on the desktop...
    https://www.meldaproduction.com/MOscilloscope

    Unfortunately it does not.

    Here are the available view options:

    Need to find some info on “Mixer Mode” as I’ve no idea what this one is used for. It’s oddly tilted above / below 0db across the frequency range.

  • ApeMatrix includes an Oscillopscope AU with 3 mode

    • Scope - Cool but missing trigger settings (like start on positive zero-crossing)
    • XY - You can see the phase here (or draw shapes when doing oscilloscope music)
    • Spectral - Shows the frequency spectrum. It would be cool if one had a ‚key‘ reference or could click on a spike for its freq

  • @_ki said:
    ApeMatrix includes an Oscillopscope AU with 3 mode

    Yepp and it's quite nice too :)

    What I like about the Melda Oscilloscope is that it does frequency analysis of the incoming signal and shows one 'cycle' of the wave regardless of the incoming pitch. The 'frequency span' on which analysis is done can be selected, so it grabs the strongest fundamental of the incoming signal and bases the 'window size' on that.
    (Sonicstate uses the Melda oscilloscope on most of the videos where they show analog waveforms).

  • Nice. I have been waiting for an au tuner :)

  • 4pocket says it’s part of an upcoming suite, so hopefully more goodies are forthcoming.

  • @Samu said:

    @_ki said:
    ApeMatrix includes an Oscillopscope AU with 3 mode

    Yepp and it's quite nice too :)

    What I like about the Melda Oscilloscope is that it does frequency analysis of the incoming signal and shows one 'cycle' of the wave regardless of the incoming pitch. The 'frequency span' on which analysis is done can be selected, so it grabs the strongest fundamental of the incoming signal and bases the 'window size' on that.
    (Sonicstate uses the Melda oscilloscope on most of the videos where they show analog waveforms).

    Maybe the iOS apps by Twiddle Factor by Sascha Bienert are what you want?
    twiddlefactor.de/apps/

  • Since ive only heard a couple people actually buying these, I gave the reverb a chance, figuring what the hell, since I'm unsatisfied with any AU reverb. Still unsatisfied :'(

  • Instabought! Spectral analyzer I've wanted? Check. AUv3? Check. Works on the iPhone as well? Yes, check! Can't believe it's only $5.99. Bloody steal.

  • Are there any other sample clips out there for these apps? I’m interested in the Vintage Vibe app (based on the app’s description of a “Uni-Vibe”-like tone) but I can’t find SoundCloud links or YouTube demos anywhere, virtually none for ANY of the 4Pockets apps!

  • edited February 2

    can this be used to tell you the lufs of the final output from master?

  • @gregsmith said:
    can this be used to tell you the lufs of the final output from master?

    Well I bought it and the answer is: ‘no it doesn’t’

    Currently I have to mixdown the wav, then open in grand finale to see the lufs. Is this the only way?

  • edited April 6

    So yes, LUFS are now in and LUFS are awesome.

    Anyway, warning: running Analyser on 9 tracks in Cubasis (for some down n dirty (cough) ‘mastering’) caused my mixdown to lock up Cubasis. Deleting all of the instances of Analyser allowed it to mixdown nice and smooth.

    That is all.

  • AnalyserFX is crashing in AUM after just a little while of sitting idle. Happens on both our iPads. Anyone else?

  • @soundshaper said:
    AnalyserFX is crashing in AUM after just a little while of sitting idle. Happens on both our iPads. Anyone else?

    This sounds like the similar issue compared with other apps. If you can get a reproducable project, please send to jonatan of AUM to have a look.

  • edited May 15

    I am going to be putting together some albums and want to equalize volumes between tracks. This will do the job? How is it placed in the routing chain? WHow do you access and use the LUfS tool? @AudioGus? Thanks?

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