PRECISION TUNER & FREQUENCY ANALYZER
Are you looking for a way to tune your instruments and analyze your sounds with precision and accuracy? Do you want to use a revolutionary technology that displays the entire frequency spectrum in a single image? If so, you need The Snail by Ircam Lab.
The Snail is a tuner and frequency analyzer plugin that uses a patented algorithm to show the fundamentals and all the associated resonances and harmonics of any instrument or sound. You can see the pitch, timbre, and dynamics of your sound in real time, and adjust them with ease.
With The Snail, you can tune your instruments with confidence, correct your intonation, identify complex chords, transcribe melodies, and more. Whether you are a musician, producer, engineer, or teacher, The Snail will help you improve your sound and skills.
And for a limited time, you can get The Snail by Ircam Lab for only $19 instead of the normal $99. That’s a huge saving of 81%!
Don’t miss this opportunity to get The Snail by Ircam Lab and discover the secrets of your sound. This plugin is the ultimate tuner and frequency analyzer.
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The Snail is a very high-precision frequency-domain analyzer that delivers an intuitive representation of sounds based on the scales and notes aligned in spectrally active zones.
It is available as a Standalone application for Mac and Windows OS, and AAX, AU and VST3 plug-in.
This plug-in offers a new way of tuning and analyzing an instrument in an extremely accurate way. It displays the intonation and visualizes music and sounds in a way that can help anyone improve their listening and intonation!
The inner workings of Snail comprises of two modes and three different display views :
Music Mode - is the most suitable to view your music with, if for instance it contains complex polyphonic content.
Tuner Mode - is the preferred to help tune an instrument as it increases the resolution of the analysis.
The Display Views:
Snail View - provides a representation of the fundamental frequencies and all related harmonics or overtones in real time. Sound is displayed as 'blobs' along a spiralled view from the low frequencies in the center to higher frequencies (and their respective musical notes) up the spiral GUI.
Zoomed Tuner View - displays the hexagonal shape which rotates and slows down as you zero down to green on the exact reference frequency. This display is the closest view to a traditional tuner while being incredibly more precise.
Sonogram View - offers a more standard representation of the sound spectrum over time (vertically), highlighting the prevailing frequencies.