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Spectralissime, the Spectrum Analyzer

I just saw an interesting video on a program called Spectralissime, the Spectrum Analyzer. The program is developed by VB-Audio. This is like a Spectrum Analyzer for your audio. And not only that but you would be able to tell or show someone if they asked you "How Do I Sound"?

Spetralissime is a standalone Spectrum Analyzer application based on high precision band pass filter bank, more adapted to the human audition. Spectralissime gives a more consistent spectrum analysis and allows better understanding of any audio phenomena thanks to its constant precision, from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.

Here are the Specifications.

SPECIFICATIONS

Application Type:

Audio Digital Measure Tool Application

Compatibility:

Windows XP, VISTA, WIN7, WIN8, WIN8.1, WIN10 (32 / 64 bits)

PC Configuration:

Min: Celeron / Duo Core 1.8 GHz - 512 MB RAM - Disk < 100 MB


Audio Engine Capabilities:



44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96 kHz DSP Processing

Monitoring Output:

WDM, KS, MME, ASIO (32 kHz to 96 kHz) - 1 to 8 channelsPhysical Inputs:WDM, KS, MME, ASIO (44.1 kHz to 96 kHz) - mono or stereo.Virtual Input:

-none-VBAN Input:

VBAN Stream (44.1 kHz to 96 kHz)

M.I.D.I. Implementation (remoting):


-none-


Bands Number:60, 120, 240 bands (FAST or RTA).Measure Number:

Single analysis possibly coming from stereo signal (A, B, A+B, A-B).Timing:10 to 1000ms (including standard SLOW, FAST, IMPULSE).

Weighting:


A, Z(Flat).


Level Scale:6dB,10dB and Isophonic scale(140 dB dynamic).Frequency Scale:

Decade (x10), Octave (x2) and Music (20Hz to 20 kHz).Display options:Max, Average, PEAK, RMS, Peak detector (Bubble).Preset File:

XML file.

Has anyone out there tried this with the Flexradio? This was demonstrated on the Expert SDR.

Mark Griffin, KB3Z

Comments

  • N5NHJ
    N5NHJ Member ✭✭

    Unfortunately, the frequency scale is only logarithmic (Decade and Octave), not very useful for CW or even SSB in my opinion.

    73, Max

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