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Frequency analysis software- UDPATE, please help

echos

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Hey all. Can anybody recommend a frequency analysis software system. I'm not wanting to mix tracks or anything. I just want to see the spectrum of my guitar tone c
I looked at blue cat audio, anybody make a suggestion? Thanks.
 
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barhrecords

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I use the Blue Cat Audio Freq Analyst Multi plug in Pro Tools 10 on Windows.

I like being able to compare multiple tracks at once.
 

echos

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Can anybody recommend a freeware host for blue cat? Running windows XP 32 bit. Thanks

Never mind got voxengo to work with audacity. Thanks.
 
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echos

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Hey all, I need your help. I've wasted the last 3 hours looking for a solution and messin' around.

I'm using Audacity for my DAW on a Dell laptop running 32bit. I downloaded Voxengo SPAN and Blue Cat. I can get both to show up in the 'effects' section of Audacity but neither one will actually do anything. When I try to pull up the Blue Cat frequency analysis I'm bombarded by error messages. When I pull up SPAN, I get there plug in to show but I cannot get it to actually analyze audio. If I have a track playing the SPAN plug in is greyed out. If I have SPAN open I cannot get Audacity to play a track….all I get is the “ding” error sound. If I use the “Preview” button on the lower right, I can get it to analyze about 30 milliseconds of audio as it flashes on the screen then goes away.

Please help. Thanks.
 

echos

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I downloaded Reaper last night as well. I couldn't see how to actually get span or blue cat started. I saw a YouTube clip in Spanish that showed some guy doing it. I could pull up a window that listed the Dx and VST plugins but neither was there. Any help? Thanks
 

Akeron

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1) Extract the dll from the zip and put it into the folder

Program Files/REAPER (x32)/Plugins/FX/ (the path could be slightly different)

2) Open Reaper and create a new track

3) Click the "fx" button on the track and search for the plugin in the list of available plugins. That would add Span to the track
 






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