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How to Use FLUX:: Analyzer Essential for Audio Analysis and Measurement

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How to Use FLUX:: Analyzer Essential for Audio Analysis and Measurement

If you are looking for a reliable and versatile tool to analyze and measure your audio signals, you might want to check out FLUX:: Analyzer Essential, a stand-alone application that offers a wide range of features and options for any audio analysis and measurement scenario.

FLUX:: Analyzer Essential is based on the FLUX:: Analyzer System, a network-driven modular RTA-system that provides an extensive range of analyzer options for any imaginable audio analysis and measurement applications. FLUX:: Analyzer Essential includes the basic features of the system, such as:

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  • Real-time metering with Peak / Basic RMS and now including EBU R128 / PLOUD

  • Fully customizable metering history

  • True Peak incident list with customizable threshold

  • Offline metering stats

  • Files Batch for offline analysis

  • Real-time spectrum analyser

  • FLUX Nebula Stereo Phase meter, vectorscope and spectrogram display

  • Unique Spectrum over space scope

  • Support for up to 16 channels (with multichannel add-on option)

  • Sample Rates (kHz) â 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192, 384 DXD

In this article, we will show you how to use FLUX:: Analyzer Essential for some common audio analysis and measurement tasks, such as:

  • Setting up the input source

  • Selecting the layout view

  • Adjusting the metering settings

  • Analyzing the frequency spectrum

  • Analyzing the stereo image

  • Analyzing the loudness

  • Saving and exporting the results

Setting up the input source

The first step is to set up the input source for FLUX:: Analyzer Essential. You can choose between two options: using ASIO or Core Audio hardware I/O or using the SampleGrabber plugin.

If you want to use ASIO or Core Audio hardware I/O, you need to select your audio device and input channels in the I/O Setup window. You can access this window by clicking on the gear icon in the top right corner of the main window. You can also adjust the buffer size and sample rate here.

If you want to use the SampleGrabber plugin, you need to insert it on the track or bus that you want to analyze in your DAW or digital mixing console. The SampleGrabber plugin is available in AAX, AU and VST formats. You can find it in your FLUX:: folder after installing FLUX:: Analyzer Essential. Once you insert the plugin, you need to select it as your input source in the I/O Setup window.

Selecting the layout view

The next step is to select the layout view that suits your needs. FLUX:: Analyzer Essential offers four different layout views: Studio, Mastering, Offline Metering and Live (with live add-on option). You can switch between them by clicking on the tabs at the bottom of the main window.

The Studio layout view provides a comprehensive overview of your audio signal, including peak/RMS metering, phase metering, spectrum analyzer, spectrogram display, vectorscope and spectrum over space scope.

The Mastering layout view provides a more detailed view of your audio signal, including peak/RMS metering with true peak incident list, phase metering with correlation meter, spectrum analyzer with peak hold function, spectrogram display with zoom function, vectorscope with zoom function and spectrum over space scope with zoom function.

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