Blue Cat Stereo Scope Multi v. 2.3 including serial - Mac
AAX / AU / VST / VST3 | 55.2 MB
Blue Cat's StereoScope Multi is a unique tool to compare the stereo image of several tracks in real time. It is the ideal solution for mixing: you can actually see which part of the stereo field every single instrument uses. It can also be used to analyze an effect chain and see how audio effects influence the stereo image of your content.
This plug-in is based on the same stereo analysis algorithms as Blue Cat's StereoScope Pro analysis plug-in, and the instant, peak or average responses of several audio tracks can be displayed on the same graph (the plug-in supports up to 16 curves). The same zooming capabilities and coordinates display let you exactly measure the characteristics of the stereo image for each audio track. The advanced routing capabilities let you define different settings for each track, and thus adapt the parameters for each audio signal you want to analyze. Our multiple tracks audio analysis tutorial shows you how to use this multitrack analysis feature.
Thanks to Blue Cat's skinning language support and the included window opacity management feature, you can adapt the plug-in user interface to your personal needs and enhance your workflow.
New in v. 2.3 :
Refreshed GUI design, with improved usability and touchscreen support.
The GUI can now be zoomed from 70% to 200%.
Stereo field analysis is now performed in the background and does not affect audio performance.
Last loaded preset is now remembered in session and displayed in the presets menu.
Plug-in state can now be reverted to the last loaded preset.
Now supports retina displays on Mac (text and graphs using high resolution).
VST3: added support for MIDI program change messages to change presets via MIDI.
VST3: fixed audio muted in some host applications.
VST: the user interface is now properly resized in Cubase on Windows.
Mac: new installer.
Mac: fixed minor compatibility issues with Mac OS High Sierra and Mojave.
Fixed a crash when the plug-in was fed with invalid audio data (infinite numbers).
Dropped support for Windows XP and Mac OS X 10.6 and earlier.
Dropped support for legacy RTAS and DirectX plug-ins formats.
Fully compatible with previous versions of the plug-in (except for VST3 on Mac, as explained below).