Descriptions for Spectre 1.9.3
Released: Jan 4th, 2018
Developer: Audiofile Engineering
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.11 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Includes: Pre-K’ed (The Shark)
Web Site: http://www.audiofile-engineering.com/
Real time audio analyzer that comes with an extensive collection of beautifully designed audio meters that help you take accurate readings
Spectre is a powerful real time audio analyzer that packs an extensive collection of multi trace and multi channel meters. The fast and accurate analysis tools can be accessed via a well organized user interface, which makes it easy to use even by unexperienced users.
Powerful audio analyzer featuring beautiful meters
The Spectre application provides a separate panel for each of the 20 included audio meters: level, level history, VU, BBC, spectrograph, low end, high end, oscilloscope, waveform, spectrogram, LU, LU history, Leq, Lissajous, poer balance, correlation, numerical, compare spectra, compare phase, and coherence.
All these metering tools can help you monitor the relationship, quality, loudness, and frequencies of your mixes with minimal effort. The best part is that you can arrange the meters panels anyway you like: simply resize and drag them around the screen.
Thoroughly analyze your sound quality with minimal effort
Spectre is a great tool to have around if you are designing mixes, regardless of the output environment, including 5.1 surround or stereo sound, online streaming, specific locations, and so on.
Furthermore, by using the analyzers, you can make sure that you are following the general standards set for audio level or loudness, but also more technical standards, such as ITU-R BS.1770, or EBU R-128.
Easy to use audio analyzer suitable for various types of projects
The Spectre application is able to analyze the streamed audio in real time, by making use of a large collection of powerful, accurate, and beautifully designed meters. The app provides a separate panel for each tool and you get to customize both its position on the screen, and details about its appearance or control.
As a result, you can keep a close eye on the sound quality, make sure the output complies to various standards, and create mixes for various types of venues or listening environments.
What’s new in Spectre 1.9.0
June 27th, 2017
- Administrative changes for the move to Aurchitect Audio Software