Direct-X VST plug-ins
License : 8
- Stereo Oscilloscope.
What should we see !?
Firstly, the overall aspect of the sound. If the bunch of dots is localized around a thin vertical line,
then it means that the stereophonic signal is well in phase.
Then, the left/right balance (below, the signal represented by this graph is panned to the right).
We can also evaluate the overall amount of distortion. Here, there's a lot of distortion (square bunch of dots).
The real dual-channel Lissajous mode oscilloscope, giving a 2D representation
of a stereophonic audio signal.
- Display resolution up to 512x512 dots.
- Configurable automatic scale length (the scale length can adapt itself in real-time according to the level of
the signal so that the display resolution is always optimum).
- The signal is oversampled (up to x16) so that the beam curve is as smooth and natural as possible.
- The beam's persistence on screen is configurable as well as its colours.
- Display window can be moved and resized.
- Display rate : from 2 frames per second to 30 frames per second.
A 2-channel oscilloscope can be used to draw very nice pictures or 3D curves, but it can also be used to
get important information during a stereo mastering process, for instance : the phase corellation between
left and right channels or the stereophonic aspects of a sound can be evaluated, as well as the balance
between left and right channels, or even the presence of distortion and any DC-offset characteristics.
Quick Documentation (overview).
Download StandAlone Demo (ZIP 183Kb).
How to buy !?.