As far as spectral analyzers go, I find that “Spectralayers” composite view(inferno) is the best visually. FL Studio’s wave candy “spectrum” view (and even Edison’s spectral view) comes close to being the best, the problem with FL Studio’s spectral analyzers is that it is extremely tiny (especially on a 4K screen). It would be great if we could use Spectralayers composite view as a live visual analyzer (maybe as a VST) to analyze audio.
I understand something like this would be incredibly difficult/challenging to implement (given the fact that changing FFT size of display and resolution is already a challenge), however I’m just putting this out there as suggestion for the improvement of Spectralayers.
Some things to also consider for this feature addition is “speed”(like the “update” feature within “Wave Candy”) because that can give a visual sense of live tracking and live recording in monitoring situations. Another thing to consider is resolution and FFT size in real-time and having the ability to change in real-time. Something else to consider is framerate monitoring (which in this case would be independent of “speed” because the framerate is the number of visual snapshots during the monitoring process… Options varying between 15-120 frames per second). Something else to consider is snapshot mode where you’re able to snapshot live incoming audio (from spectral analyzation) and directly edit within spectralayers.