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Precision Spectrum Analyzer by Craig Tuffnell

Craig Tuffnell released Precision Spectrum Analyzer, as a professional frequency analysis tool with power spectrum frequency discrimination. I thought I knew about spectrum analysis, but I have no idea what the fuck "power spectrum frequency discrimination" even means. It sure sounds important!

Precision Spectrum Analyzer iTunes Description:

Precision Spectrum Analyzer is a fast and accurate tool for frequency domain analysis of audio signals. It is clutter free and is suitable for professional and amateur audio-visual and hi-fi enthusiasts. Features line or bar graphs and touch zooming. Most importantly, this tool gives a high degree of power spectrum frequency discrimination.

Reader Comments 5

No AUv3 support? Doesn't seem terribly useful if I can't use it in a DAW.
September 21, 2018  | person BruteFours
I don't know what power spectrum frequency discrimination means either but it sounds like something we should start a movement against.

We can't stand idly by and let power spectrum frequencies be discriminated against.

Down with this sort of thing!
September 21, 2018  | person Bob
Wasn't there a Senate investigation into "power spectrum frequency discrimination" back in the 1950s...?
September 21, 2018  | person_outline Simon
@Bob: LOL! For some reason that reminded me of this old pic: https://i.imgur.com/z1RZsjP.jpg

Justice for Bill Stickers! End power spectrum frequency discrimination!
So no soundcard support, meaning you cannot use different mic’s, no AUV3 as mentioned above, and my frequencies are being discriminated against? =FAIL
September 22, 2018  | person burnalot
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