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  • Spectron or SpectrumWorx?

    iZotope Spectron or LittleEndian SpectrumWorx?

    I'm asking people with experience with those plugins: which one to choose?

    My intention is to have MANY possibilities of manipulating sound in frequency domain
    and to have flexibility of configurations.

    And you should hurry - I have my finger on the PayPal trigger ;)
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    I have both of those plugins and would say that Spectron gives excellent control if you are looking for manipulating specific sub-ranges of the spectrum (apply different delays on different sections of the spectrum for example), but SpectrumWorx has a much much wider set of capabilities. Both plugins ave a modular design. Sound manipulation modules can be arranged in any order. Spectron lets you put the modules in any order but each module can appear only once. SpectrumWorx allows up to 5 modules, in any order, and a module may be used multiple times in the same preset. Spectron has a very intuitive interface, SpectrumWorx slightly less so (for me anyway) but SpectrumWorx can do so much more than Spectron. If you are looking for flexibility and breadth of features then my recommendation would be for SpectrumWorx.

    Spectron is 32 and 64 bit. SpectrumWorx is only 32 bit now but they reported on KvR that the 64 bit version is in the plans for the next update. I'm hoping that Izotope will update Spectron someday.
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    • #3
      I decided to have both tools. I have Spectron from recent sale, and SpectrumWorx is in queue.

      Thanks, tonecarver, for your consultation.
      SoundCloud // FreeSound // Twitter
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