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  • 8823
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Reply #25
Feature request: show notes (A2,A3 etc) as Hz

Thank you!!

  • TroyN
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Reply #26
Is it possible to have Musical Spectrum displayed within Foobar? instead of having a separate window pop up of spectrum meter ?
  • Last Edit: 23 April, 2013, 09:48:53 PM by TroyN

  • marc2003
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Reply #27
yes. you just need to familiarise yourself with layout editing mode (found under view>layout)

http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?ti...ut_Editing_Mode

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Reply #28
Feature request: show notes (A2,A3 etc) as Hz
Thank you!!

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  • Last Edit: 01 May, 2013, 08:56:51 AM by new

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Reply #29
Fismineur You've made my dream come true ;D
I've been wanting this plugin since like '99 lol, back when I used winamp with an spec. analyser
occassionally I've been checking the spectrum along with a chart of key freq, to see which keys it corresponds to (quite insane I know)
Now you've gone and done it m8, those days are gone, thank you  I just can't believe it's free, not even steinberg's cubase can pull this off.
you should definitely patent it or make it your own somehow, it's pretty revolutionary, musicians/producers can see in a few sec. what may take hours to analyse otherwise.

what I really like about this plug:
+ I like the accuracy of the bars during playback, even quite muddy tracks where the key or notes are hard to hear and distinguish, the bars pick it right out in realtime, amazingly accurate!
I played on my keyboard what I saw to verify, it just works. no more painstakingly trying to convert audio to midi ;D
+ The range C0-A11 (16.25hz - 56320hz) is pretty rare to see IMHO and I love that, although I'm interested in C0-E10 (sub till 22khz) for my own projects and productions.
and that insight in sub freq is a blessing to me, the one I was using now only went down to 25-32hz and was not as accurate, and below that can only be felt not really heard but matters nonetheless
But I bet there's folks out there that wil need the extra khz for crazy tests, so don't ever change that range man, it's awesome
+ Fully custom colors, beautiful

-+  the only setback was the very small legend, however the tooltip with key and freq makes up for it on mouse over
and love the spacing between bars option also pretty slick feature.

@8823 and new
hi guys I don't really understand your request, with the tooltip option checked, every bar reveals the key and freq, on mouse over.
maybe you guys already knew this, but if A4=440 then A3 is 220hz and A2=110hz. if you go up A5=880hz.
As every octave up is double the key freq and octave lower is always half the key freq. (if different tuned like A4=432hz then A5=864hz etc tooltip also very nicely displays this)
Isn't the tooltip on mouse over enough for your needs? I've gotten curious what you guys need it especially for?

However I'm with Godrick on
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It would be great if the tooltip could also display the amplitude

It's very handy

@chesteta
the built in foobar spec. analyser lets you choose bars 40, 80, 160 but only goes down to 50hz -25khz and no color customs.
see my pic of my UI below;

Top one small is 160 bars, the bottom one 80bars with legend from 50hz -25khz and middle one from C0-E10 (125bars) with default colors of vertical B for now
I maximized the foobar window to see the keygrid more clearly
did I mention that I'm Analyser crazy ;P The next best thing to listening music is watching it, cheers










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Reply #30
Feature request: show notes (A2,A3 etc) as Hz  Thank you!!


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Reply #31
Thank you so much for this beautiful and really useful component, great work!!
I have a question about it, i don't know if i'm missing something or it's just a "lack" of the component itself;
If i use your component on a standalone window (or also in fullscreen mode) i don't have any problem...
but I use a Columns UI skin and i'd like to integrate your Musical Spectrum in a Panel Stack Splitter that includes also other elements.
Now...my problem is the personalization of the Musical Spectrum when it's inside the Panel Stack Splitter i've created.
If I right click on it i just don't get the right menu, but i see the menu to customize the whole Panel Stack :S
Look at the image...


PS: the other elements inside the same panel stack are working properly, that's why i was wondering if it's a "missing feature" of the musical spectrum.
PPS: i do use the version you posted on this post: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=814844
Am i wrong?

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Reply #32
it's an issue using the panel in forced layout mode in PSS and positioning it inside the script using the $movepanel function.

this doesn't explain why other panels work and some don't but it can be made to work by changing the PSS config. i can't tell you what to edit though as i'm not downloading all the components and that theme to pick it apart.

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Reply #33
it's an issue using the panel in forced layout mode in PSS and positioning it inside the script using the $movepanel function.

this doesn't explain why other panels work and some don't but it can be made to work by changing the PSS config.


It works, thank you very much! i didn't know about this issue regarding the forced layout option + movepanel, quite strange the fact that some panels are ok (Wave seekbar and your Spectrogram seekbar for example) while other won't show the right click menu properly.
Now that i know it it's ok, cause i can disable the forced layout, make my mods and then re enable the forced layout

i can't tell you what to edit though as i'm not downloading all the components and that theme to pick it apart.

ps: don't worry, i won't ask you so much

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Reply #34
it's an issue using the panel in forced layout mode in PSS and positioning it inside the script using the $movepanel function.

this doesn't explain why other panels work and some don't but it can be made to work by changing the PSS config. i can't tell you what to edit though as i'm not downloading all the components and that theme to pick it apart.


Firstly...sorry for the OT and I also know no one will ever look at this post and care about what i'm writing but...
i have a workaround for the problem i explained about some elements inside a panel stack splitter in forced mode!

What i thought: is the problem related to the "Forced Layout" option, right? well, let's not check this option directly for the element you want to visualize (for example the Musical Spectrum), but create a Panel Stack Splitter that handle it and check the forced layout on it.
It's a reduntant panel stack splitter (cause it's inside another panel stack splitter and it doesn't have to split anything) but...
It works!

  • k37chup
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Reply #35


What plugin did you use to display a track name, time & format/bitrate in 3 top boxes?

  • marc2003
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Reply #36

  • k37chup
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Reply #37

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Reply #38
Feature request: show notes (A2,A3 etc) as Hz

Thank you!!


Please provide this option. Thanks!

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Reply #39
Just wanted to say THANKS for this plugin, I love it!!!

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Reply #40
Thank you for this plugin

If someone know how I could have it at the bottom, I'll be pleased.
(Spectrum analyzer is hidden).

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  • Last Edit: 12 September, 2013, 09:10:30 AM by musikomaniak

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Reply #41
You want it below the tab stack? Then move it below the tab stack.
"I hear it when I see it."

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Reply #42
Sorry for my late reply.
I changed the configuration and used one panel stack splitter and choosed to put it at top.
It seams ok now
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  • Last Edit: 27 September, 2013, 02:49:29 PM by musikomaniak

  • Oizo
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Reply #43
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Reply #44
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Nice grayscale configuration, would you mind export and share the .cfg file? 

  • Oizo
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Reply #45
Nice grayscale configuration, would you mind export and share the .cfg file? 

 
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  • foomark
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Reply #46
Nice grayscale configuration, would you mind export and share the .cfg file? 

 
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Thank you very much! 

  • dgemu12
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Reply #47
I guess this is a long shot but is this plugin available for winamp as there is no decent full screen spectrum analyzer only one that uses 1/3 of my screen i.e. the Classic Spectrum Analyzer

http://www.winamp.com/visualization/classi...analyzer/165966

I use shpeck on Foobar for visualizations for easier grouping.  Anyway I think your addon is excellent.

  • anaono
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Reply #48
[Request] New Feature: "A color for each ton of the octave"

Dear fismineur, many thanks for your Musical Spectrum

I ask you for a new feature. I propose to give a different color for each of the 12 notes of the octave. For an example show here:

http://www.planetware.de/colormusic/iColorpiano.html

(In this example i find it difficult to distinguish the colors for "c#, d and d#" and for "b ans c" and the color for g# is not otimal).

  • Sunrays
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Reply #49
That looks realy nice! Just great.. Thanks a lot


  • Last Edit: 12 January, 2014, 09:00:42 PM by Sunrays