Old 08-30-2019, 02:51 PM   #1
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Is it possible to zoom the frequency axis in Frequency Spectrum Analyzer Meter?

I've been mixing some tracks from live performances, and occasionally I'll hear a bit of attempted feedback/resonant frequency that I need to notch out. I just use the spectrum analyzer with FFT and integrate turned all the way up, loop a bad bit, and find it easily enough (see attached picture).

From here I just use ReaEQ to notch it out. The issue I run into is that it's a bit of trial and error here to find the actual frequency. It'd be nice to zoom into the spectrum analyzer to get a finer frequency resolution and know "yup, that's exactly 1787.2 Hz." so I can make it as small of a notch as possible.
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Old 08-30-2019, 04:24 PM   #2
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You can use this one instead:

https://github.com/JoepVanlier/JSFX/...nd-time-window

It has a number of additional features and that's one of them. Right-click and drag to zoom.

If you don't use ReaPack to get scripts/JS plugins, you can download the files you need directly instead and install them manually.

The 2 files required are:

SaikeMultiSpectralAnalyzer.jsfx

colormaps.jsfx-inc

(Right-click and download both those files.) To install them in Reaper (again if you're not using ReaPack):

Open Reaper. Go to the main menu at the top. Options > Show REAPER resource path in explorer/finder. When the window opens, look for the folder named "effects". That is where you want to put these files specifically (or in a sub-folder within "effects"). Restart Reaper and the plugins will be available in the list.

I'd recommend adding ReaPack so that you can add scripts/plugins from many sources easily and have them able to be updated easily. See this thread for info about ReaPack.
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Old 08-30-2019, 07:50 PM   #3
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couldn't possibly fit a label for each bar in the spectrum analyzer since there are so many.

as for the 15hz, surely foobar is sending these notes to your speakers but they may or may not be able to actually play sound at 15hz (probably not without a sub) Here

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Old 08-30-2019, 11:33 PM   #4
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You can use this one instead:

https://github.com/JoepVanlier/JSFX/...nd-time-window

It has a number of additional features and that's one of them. Right-click and drag to zoom.

If you don't use ReaPack to get scripts/JS plugins, you can download the files you need directly instead and install them manually.

The 2 files required are:

SaikeMultiSpectralAnalyzer.jsfx

colormaps.jsfx-inc

(Right-click and download both those files.) To install them in Reaper (again if you're not using ReaPack):

Open Reaper. Go to the main menu at the top. Options > Show REAPER resource path in explorer/finder. When the window opens, look for the folder named "effects". That is where you want to put these files specifically (or in a sub-folder within "effects"). Restart Reaper and the plugins will be available in the list.

I'd recommend adding ReaPack so that you can add scripts/plugins from many sources easily and have them able to be updated easily. See this thread for info about ReaPack.
These are fantastic. I might not have found them on my own, thanks for sharing. (added SaikeMultiSpectralAnalyzer and SideSpectrum Meter to my Monitoring Effects chain)
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