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AudioScope Spectrum analyzer
Richard Horne (RHorne@cup.portal.com). Comments or questions welcome.
AudioScope is a real-time audio spectrum analyzer for the Amiga.
AudioScope uses a 512 point Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) to process
audio data received through your audio digitizer to produce a high
resolution display of audio signal amplitude vs frequency. AudioScope
can be used to evaluate the frequency content of sounds of all kinds.
AudioScope 3.01 is an update to version 2.01 on Aminet. Now, in addition
to the real-time display of signal amplitude vs. frequency, a display
option providing a continuous scrolling color display of audio signal
amplitude vs. time vs. frequency is available.
Also, documentation is now available for either AmigaGuide or MultiView.
AudioScope 3.01 requires AmigaDOS 2.0 or higher and an accelerated
Amiga because of the high computational load. A 68020 or better
microprocessor is mandatory. An audio digitizer is also required.
Perfect Sound 3, Sound Magic, Sound Master, DSS 8, and many generic
digitizers are supported.
The new scrolling color display mode is a severe test of both processing
power and display capabilities. A 68040 CPU and AGA is recommended for
truely amazing performance in this mode.
AudioScope 3.01 is available via FTP at all Aminet sites, such as
AudioScope 3.01 is located at systems/amiga/aminet/util/misc as
AudioScope 3.01 is free public domain software.