Fre(a)koscope 0.8 public beta
by mdsp @ smartelectronix
(mdsp @ smartelectronix Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/ME/98
File Size: 508 KB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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Last Updated: 2005-03-26
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Tags : analyzer | fft | spectrum

Software Description

Fre(a)koscope is an FFT-based real-time spectrum analyzer featuring:

  • lin/log/semitones/third-octave/Bark scales
  • window size selection
  • frequency zooming
  • freeze
  • peak hold
  • cursor information (amplitude+frequency)

Planned:

  • mel/Erb frequency scales
  • spectrum averaging
  • basic informations like spectral centroid, dominant pitch

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Spectrum Analyzer

If it's not too much to ask, would you mind recomending one for me,please? I'm not sure as to, whitch one would be usable with my lap top. As I said all I want it for is something to look at other than the playlist.Any recomendation you can give will be greatly appreciated.

Re: Spectrum Analyzer

http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/win95/SPECTRUM_ANALYZERS/

Can I use this ?

I have a lap top running windows 2000 xp pro,I am trying to find a spectrum analizer to use with either windows media player,or my itunes library.All I want to do is have a visual display while I'm listening to music.I don' need to graph,or compare,or anything else.All I want is something to look at other than the play list.Will this work for me ?

You 'CAN' definitely use it

You 'CAN' definitely use it but I dont think you will get much use from it. It is not a spectrum analyser it is a harmnic analyser it uses something called fourier analysis to inspect the harmonics on a sound. If the sound is not a pure sound (such as most music) the results you will get from it will be very messy, you would be better to download a spectrum analyser - this will provide a graph of all of the frequencies being produced byu a sound rather than the harmonics (which is another way to look at the data essentially).

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