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Discussion in 'STUDIO FX' started by Ricky Woofer, Apr 28, 2013.
Why is there no spectrum analyzer from NI?
Because no one asked for one or that there are others that do it better? Take a look at Blue Cat Audio with their Freq Analyzer series - that may have something you'll like and it's relatively inexpensive as well. Also for a bit more money there's iZotope Rx. Quite frankly third party is often better - heck NI almost never does their own programming - Softube does most of it.
I got spectrum analyzers, i just found it odd that they sell "Komplete" while it even doesnt have a spectrum analyzer in it :|
Never even gave it a thought. If I want or need a specialized tool like a spectrum analyzer I go with those that are done by someone who does that kind of programming as part of their usual work and not someone who buys their stuff from an outside programmer and sells sound libraries and vi's.
I never gave it a tought to, but since they released the Premium tube series it came in my head, if they gonna go that road adding a spectrum analyzer would make sense imo.
Don't forget about the excellent free one from Voxengo
one would assume most DAW's have them, so it really no need for them to create one.
Actually most daws do not have built-in spectrum analyzers. Pro Tools doesn't & Sonar doesn't (or at least it didn't) and neither does Acid. That's just three I know of off-hand.
For those still seaking ... the answer are the free ReaPlugs from Reaper ... check THIS out.
ReaFir and ReaEQ are awesome, free and compatible to nearly every DAW.
It'd be much appreciated, though!
But only, if the new product can at a minimum compete with Voxengo and the others ... it should better beat them or it won't sell.
I'd like it integrated in machine for free, with a next upgrade!
For free though several good free VSTs already exist? Sorry, but NI isn't plain stupid, so "for free" won't happen, if at all