Oscilloscope S (m)exoscope is an oscilloscope AU plugin for Mac OS X wich allows you to visually monitor audio waveforms. Nov 15, 2016 Developer Armando Montanez has released s(M)exoscope, a free oscilloscope plugin for Windows and Mac. The app, originally released by Bram de Jong and Sean Evans of Smart Electronix, has been updated with 64-bit support and more. Changes in s(M)exoscope: Fixed line rendering gaps. Rebuilt for release compatibility and optimization.
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Download the Best Free Audio Plugins. Synths, Reverbs, Compressors.and much more. Just click and download. Nov 14, 2016 Changes in s(M)exoscope. Fixed line rendering gaps. Rebuilt for release compatibility and optimization. Included build for 64-bit Windows. Ported to JUCE framework. Refresh rate increased to 30fps. Mouse crosshair black instead of inverted. S(M)exoscope is a free download for Windows and Mac (VST/AU). More information: Armando Montanez / s(M. Download s(M)exoscope - An oscilloscope VST plugin. The s(M)exoscope also features a tool that can be used to analyze the waveform currently in the display.