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Seeking freeware for real-time frequency analysis

Hi - I'm looking for a program (Windows XP) which will, on a real-time basis, show a frequency analysis when I play music on my computer. I use iTunes and I'm looking for a program which can read the signal off the soundcard and show the frequency analysis. Preferable freeware. Cheers.

Seeking freeware for real-time frequency analysis

Reply #1
Something like that?



foobar2000 shows them during playback as visualisation.

Seeking freeware for real-time frequency analysis

Reply #2
Foobar's visualization is nice but I would like to see some gridlines in it ... perhaps RightMark Audio Analyzer (RMAA) could be a solution, too
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Seeking freeware for real-time frequency analysis

Reply #3
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Something like that?

foobar2000 shows them during playback as visualisation.



well, not quite. i'm looking for a program which will pickup the signal from the soundcard. i should be able to continue to use itunes for playback and this program (which i;m looking for) should show frequency analysis (not spectral analysis. any thoughts?


Seeking freeware for real-time frequency analysis

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Is this a candidate.
http://www.pas-products.de/

thanks. but i was looking for something which can (a) work with itunes - i.e. read the signal off the soundcard and (2) freeware/shareware!


Seeking freeware for real-time frequency analysis

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How about this? (Japanise prog.  )
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/fa/efu/soft/ws/wsimage.html

chief, so far you are the closest! though i wish this program had one additional feature: always on top!

however, this program has one flaw: the "noise" level (i.e. when there is no signal is quite high). with adobe audition, where there is no input signal, i see a flat line at -120 dB. any program which doesnt have this problem?

window shot:
http://gmc2004.tripod.com/noise.jpg


Seeking freeware for real-time frequency analysis

Reply #9
Go into your volume control and make sure mic and line inputs are muted. Even with nothing plugged in, they can contribute a small about of noise.

 
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