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  • The Link
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Just some fun with the new spectrogram:

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Just some fun with the new spectrogram:

hot damn, how did you do that? Some secret hidden image in music?

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Just some fun with the new spectrogram:
The old RDJ story?

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That Aphex Twin one scares the crap outa me.

Anyhow nice release, can't wait to try it out.
Thanks dev's.

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Thanks for the new beta




@ The Link, from what song is the image after the Aphex Twin image?

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TuNk77: The 2nd image is the result of a custom-made audio file using some software where you can specify a picture as template for what should appear in the spectrogram display (it wasn't me who created it and I forgot the url of the page you can get the software from (google?)).

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TuNk77: The 2nd image is the result of a custom-made audio file using some software where you can specify a picture as template for what should appear in the spectrogram display (it wasn't me who created it and I forgot the url of the page you can get the software from (google?)).


Coagula? I have that, great fun.

Quick question, do I need to be running the default UI to view the spectrogram etc? I'm using panels at the mo...

Edit: Answered my own question- you can!

Oh and it looks completely awesome, thanks to the devs, I'm going to use full screen like a screensaver.



Moderation: Replaced large image by thumbnail and link.
  • Last Edit: 09 April, 2008, 12:16:15 PM by Frank Bicking

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Which FFT size do you use?

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Is it possible to feed a recording input from the mixer into foobar? Specifically, to use a source, such as the radio tuner on an amplifier as the source for visualizations ?

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The Mahler 6/ 4th movement ending "shocking" spectrogram... A groundbreaking hammer while you feel safe

  • Last Edit: 17 April, 2008, 10:09:02 AM by Squeller

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Which FFT size do you use?


I use 4096. The highest one is a bit blurry, and there's not much detail on the lower ones.

Super You by Boredoms:



Also, I just found the add new colour option. Now to develop a good taste in colours. (Spiderwort and Dragonfly by Government Alpha:)

  • Last Edit: 17 April, 2008, 01:18:05 PM by TomBarlow

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@TomBarlow, can you please post the RGB code for the colors?
Thanks in advance

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This should also be possible in Audition 3  It's also fun to draw manually in songs
Can't wait for a HD-AAC encoder :P

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Reply #13
I just wanted to chime in and say thanks to any and all who developed this and the other swell visualization goodies now in FB2K.

The others available, in case you haven't noticed 'em like I had 'til recently:
View > Visualizations > [ Oscilloscope, Peak Meter, Spectrogram, Spectrum, VU Meter ]

They're all available in toolbar, freestanding window and full-screen modes. Nice! 

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Also, I just found the add new colour option. Now to develop a good taste in colours. (Spiderwort and Dragonfly by Government Alpha:)


indeed. I'm partial to having the first colors dark, and the last two white, as it pulls out patterns well. To wit:
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I was playing around with the colors and i came up with these:


The image is from the Nine Inch Nails song "The Warning"

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indeed. I'm partial to having the first colors dark, and the last two white, as it pulls out patterns well.


I do that as well. It's not so much of a luxury as it is a necessity, with the rendering change made to the spectrograph from 9.5.1 to 9.5.2 -- it's not as bright anymore, though the mad upward streaking has been eliminated.

I don't like rainbow colours much, so I've mine set to a monotone, portisheady scheme.

http://pliv.com/things/foobar_spectrum.jpg (440k)

The sad irony is that with the fullscreen window option, I don't need the Winamp-wrapper Schpeck anymore, even though its author deserves much kudos.

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I was playing around with the colors and i came up with these:


The image is from the Nine Inch Nails song "The Warning"

can I have your exact RGB for that?

that one looks like adobe audition's default.

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Sure thing Bioret
0,0,0 - 0,0,255 - 255,0,128 - 255,255,128 - 0,255,255.

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Sure thing Bioret
0,0,0 - 0,0,255 - 255,0,128 - 255,255,128 - 0,255,255.

thanks. looks great!

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@TomBarlow, can you please post the RGB code for the colors?
Thanks in advance


Hey sorry for not getting back, they're:

0-0-0, 0-0-119, 79-210-0, 255-255-0, 255-0-0

I like your Pretty Hate Machine-ish colours though!

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Reply #21
Chiptunes!



we was young an' full of beans

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[a href="http://img255.imageshack.us/my.php?image=beztytuupa6.png" target="_blank"]

*50% CPU utilization /Opteron 185 

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*50% CPU utilization /Opteron 185 


Switch to non-scrolling mode

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Reply #24
I have 32 green hues(+black).


(BTW. I really miss a disable screensaver feature for the visualisations.)