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Blue Cat Audio is a French company located in the suburbs of Paris, founded by an audio engineer and musician by the name of Guillaume Jeulin. I don't know why, but i like their website a lot. It's like, it's whispering to my ear "try our plugins, we're constantly upgrading them, we have tons of extra offers" :)

One of the plugin worth mentioning is FreqAnalyst - free spectrum analyzer plugin that lets you monitor the spectral content of your audio signal in real time. It has been designed to provide extreme smoothness and high resolution for both time and frequency: unlike most spectrum analyzers, Blue Cat's FreqAnalyst is able to display continuous variations even with a very high frequency resolution, thanks to its unique smooth interpolation algorithms.

Main features:
* Mono and stereo real time spectrum analyzer.
* Total control over the audio to frequencies tranformation.
* Smart interpolation algorithm for extreme display smoothness.
* Zoomable display.
* The user interface can be made transparent.
* Custom absolute and relative threshold.

There's also commercial version of this plugin called FreqAnalyst Pro, which costs 59 $. Last but not least - you can get an almost same version as pro, just for 5.99 pounds. All you need to do is to buy Computer Music Magazine - on DVD (since CM130 issue) you'll find freqAnalyst CM. I use it all the time because computers are just better in analyzing volume levels, frequencies than average human ear. If you don't use any frequency analyzer, try this one, you'll see your tracks in a whole new light.

More info: http://www.bluecataudio.com


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