On 10/07/2013 10:08 PM, Jörn Nettingsmeier wrote:
It's mainly about learning to recognize certain patters. and/or what
effects cause or counterbalance them.
What I found interesting that it visualizes pretty much every aspect of
the sound: Stereo-phase (obviously), frequency distribution (smooth vs
jittery lines), amplitude per channel,.. when used with a persistent
display also the history of that.
While implementing it, I realized how important various aspects of the
display are. It's not just connecting a scope and drawing Lissajous
figures. Compression (auto-gain) as well as screen-persistence and line
or dot thickness are important details that not only make it usable in
an audio-context but also very relevant for people who are used to
'read' real hardware goniometers. Many thanks go to Chris and Alex for
nitpicking about all this. We're still not quite done there, either.
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