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Foobar's oscilloscope as a VST plugin?

Hi there,

I am so familiar with foobar's oscilloscope with over the years, and I am a composer of music.
Would be wonderful to have the Foobar's oscilloscope into my Digital Audio Workstation when I compose music.
I understand lots of things while looking at foobar's oscilloscope and would save a lot of audio composing mixing problems!!!

Would be so wonderful to be able to have it as a vst plugin!

Is there a way to do this?

Thank you!! Keep it up!

Re: Foobar's oscilloscope as a VST plugin?

Reply #1
Spectrum analyzer too, please.

Re: Foobar's oscilloscope as a VST plugin?

Reply #2
I also want to use Emu de MIDI as a VST pluging... is there a way to do this with the Emu de MIDI libraries directly?

Re: Foobar's oscilloscope as a VST plugin?

Reply #3
Hi there,

I am so familiar with foobar's oscilloscope with over the years, and I am a composer of music.
Would be wonderful to have the Foobar's oscilloscope into my Digital Audio Workstation when I compose music.
I understand lots of things while looking at foobar's oscilloscope and would save a lot of audio composing mixing problems!!!

Would be so wonderful to be able to have it as a vst plugin!

Is there a way to do this?

Thank you!! Keep it up!
You need download foo.record  plugin - https://foobar.hyv.fi/?view=foo_record
You need virtual cable software like - http://www.breakawayone.com/downloads/  -
Download Breakaway Pipeline -http://breakawayone.com/download/3
Then you select in your DAW output - virtual pipeline 1
In F2K - select output - your preferred sound device
Go to F2K window - File - Add Location and copy paste there: record:// Virtual Pipeline 1
Select play on F2K, that's it.

Re: Foobar's oscilloscope as a VST plugin?

Reply #4
Hi there,

I am so familiar with foobar's oscilloscope with over the years, and I am a composer of music.
Would be wonderful to have the Foobar's oscilloscope into my Digital Audio Workstation when I compose music.
I understand lots of things while looking at foobar's oscilloscope and would save a lot of audio composing mixing problems!!!

Would be so wonderful to be able to have it as a vst plugin!

Is there a way to do this?

Thank you!! Keep it up!
P.S: What about Melda VST free plugins pack? There are a lot of visualizations plugins.

 
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