NUGEN Audio today announced version 2 of Visualizer, the company’s audio analysis suite.
Ideal for music mixing and mastering as well as audio post-production, Visualizer provides comprehensive audio analysis for recording, mixing, and mastering in a single tool, that is now available as a plug-in or a stand-alone version.
Visualizer features numerous user interface enhancements in response to customer input, and is now available in a version supporting Avid Pro Tools HDX as well as a stand-alone configuration.
NUGEN Audio Visualizer 2
Visualizer Version 2 now includes a fully resizable interface, enabling users to set up the exact screen configuration to suit their individual workflows. A new multiview feature enables engineers to compare multiple sources using a single plug-in, and a new difference view shows the contrast of two input signals. Visual “solo” controls for all views enable rapid switching to full screen mode and highly efficient in-depth investigation of individual analysis views.
In addition, Visualizer now includes a moveable vectorscope boundary to further enhance view configuration, and a new Correlation by Frequency view for analyzing how certain frequencies can affect correlation.
Visualizer now works with the NUGEN Audio “Send” plug-in to allow two sources to be overlaid or compared, for example, to reveal differences clearly before or after the mastering chain or for notching out.
With version 2, Visualizer is available as a stand-alone application that works outside of the DAW/NLE environment. Visualizer version 2 is also available in a hybrid HDX version designed for power users of Pro Tools HDX systems.
Visualizer version 2 is now available at a suggested retail price of $199, and $249 for the Pro Tools HDX version. Customers who have purchased Visualizer in the three-month grace period since Aug. 1 are entitled to a free upgrade; other existing users may upgrade their Visualizer licenses for $99, or for $149 to upgrade to the Pro Tools HDX Version.