New Oscilloscope View


#1

Beat matched for the selected track:

8186 renoise oscillosope view.png

Fantastically useful for visual feedback on compression and even just peak volume differences.


#2

that would be nice …that and also …corrent visualization of the Sxx command when you trigger a part of the sample …would be super cool

so you dont have to switch between the 2 tabs to look for the interesting part in long samples


#3

that would be nice …that and also …corrent visualization of the Sxx command when you trigger a part of the sample …would be super cool

so you dont have to switch between the 2 tabs to look for the interesting part in long samples

Just to be clear both outputs would be a rendering of the audio on the track (one before any fx are applied and one at the end of the chain before the master track fx), so it doesnt make a difference if it is a VST or a sample, its just the output you see. So if you have an Sxx command then you would see the audio rendered as it sounds, i.e. from the correct place. I don`t think you could do what you wanted with that, as in sampler-style scanning parts of a sample.

Some examples of oscilloscopes in VST form:

http://bram.smartelectronix.com/plugins.php?id=4

http://www.sugaraudio.com/oscarizor/

https://www.bluecataudio.com/Products/Product_OscilloscopeMulti/

or LFO tool, which I took the screenshots from for the mock-up:

https://www.xferrecords.com/products/lfotool


#4

Just a simple example of when this is useful:

Snare compression, where compressor has let through and exaggerated a transient, which needs clipping:

8202 Snare Unclipped.PNG

Add a clipper to solve the problem:

8200 Snare Clipped.PNG


#5

Yes that would be great, just like Ledger said!

And for the “old” oscilloscope like mode, a wavelength detector (or is it some interpolation?), so the waveform will stand still in any case. have a look here, isn’t that cool looking and also seems to be much more informative than a simple very zoomed in “wavescroller”:

https://github.com/Zeinok/SidWiz2F/tree/master/SidWiz


#6

Yes more options around this would be good!

I also saw something similar? in a REPRO-1 video being used in the background. Seems to be in Ableton Live but not sure if it`s a native feature or VST:

https://youtu.be/D3q9t1fOcds?t=39

Fl Studio seems to have Wave Candy too:

https://youtu.be/vf0xXW3Z4ho?t=96


#7

Just found from the youtube comments, the one in the REPRO-1 video is BlueCat oscilloscope but there is a freebie 32bit one from rs-met too:

called Signal Analyzer (scroll down page)

http://www.rs-met.com/freebies.html