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Re: RTA question

Assuming that RTA means Real Time Analyzer, SpectroGram is a good one and
is free for 10 days ($45 later)

BTW, in future you might consider using Adobe Audition rather than
ProTools.  Audition has a built-in analyzer (spectrogram display, spectrum
display, real-time spectrum).

Topher Farrell said:
> I'm in the middle of editing sound for a film using Pro Tools and there
> are a few resonating frequencies that appear in the audio, I'm trying to
> notch them out, but I need an RTA that I can use side by side with Pro
> Tools. Does anyone know of one that I can download from somewhere? Or
> possibly have another suggestion? Thanks!

Pawel Kusmierek
Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology
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