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Audiofile Engineering Spectre 1.5
Developed exclusively for Mac OS X, Spectre 1.5 not only offers versatile and precise tools for examining live audio, but also makes those tools simpler and more approachable than ever before. New features include an Inspector window that reduces desktop clutter, additional metering and filtering options, and a specially priced Spectre Starter licensing option. One significant user-suggested feature is the Leq Meter, which measures the energy of a given audio passage. Other new features include A/B/C-weighted filters, and calibration for VU and BBC meters.
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