Oscilloscope Mode, New in V1.2
The new Oscilloscope Mode adds another dimension of analysis to the device, visualizing the incoming audio signal/waveform. Onset detection locks the waveform in place for a consistent visual reference. Includes a Zoom and Normalization control, in addition to the working with all the global controls and multi-channel aspects of the device.
Under the hood improvements to the Frequency Analysis modes drastically reduces erroneous high frequency spiking that was present in previous versions,
Optic is a multi-channel spectrum analyzer (and oscilloscope) capable of analyzing up to 7 different stereo channels at once, displaying their frequency content side by side for comparative and creative purposes. With Optic you'll get valuable insight into your mix that you can't find anywhere else in the Rack Extension format.
Optic has many powerful uses, such as:
Detecting Frequency Overlap
Reducing frequency overlap between various sound sources in a song will bring clarity to your mix and allow each instrument to stand out in their intended frequency ranges. Using Optic allows the user to visualize these individual sound sources and eliminate overlaps.
Comparing Left and Right Stereo Fields
With support for isolating analysis to just Left or Right panning you can easily compare the stereo fields of your mix, to achieve balance or contrast.
Comparing to Reference
When trying to achieve a specific sound or overall style of mix it is common to make use of a reference. With Optic you can easily compare the frequency content of your sound and the sound you’re trying to achieve to aid in the matching process.
Analyzing a Sound in Stages
You can analyze the same audio source at stages of processing to see how frequency content is altered by various effects and processes. This can lead to greater insight into how a master output bus is coming together or to get a spectral based understanding of certain effects.