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Mackie Real Time Analysis 31

Model: Real Time Analysis 31
Real Time 31-Band EQ and Spectral Analysis plug-in for the d8b

RTA-31™ from Acuma Labs, is one of the exciting new members of the D8B’s growing collection of 24-bit plug-ins that has been specifically designed for the new Mackie Universal Effects card (UFX). RTA-31 is both a Mono 31-Band Graphic EQ and a 1/3 octave Spectrum Analyzer that enables you to easily modify the frequency response of any given signal within the D8B or from external live and studio acoustic environments. Quickly view your sound using the on-board spectrum analyzer to zero in on the troublesome highs and lows of even the most difficult rooms. The amazing To EQ™ feature lets you immediately identify troublesome frequencies using the Frequency Analyzer while the 31-Band Graph automatically compensates for the highs and lows of your signal.

  • Mono 31-Band Equalizer – Isolate and adjust individual bands of a signal.

  • Sweep Draw – Use your mouse as an on-screen paint brush to quickly perform various EQ editing functions.

  • 1/3 Octave Spectrum Analyzer (20-20K) Particularly useful in live and studio applications to identify the nature of an acoustic environment.

  • To EQ – Automatically compensate for highs and lows in the spectrum that are read by the Analyzer.

  • Memory A and B – Comparative Editing

  • Morph Rate – Switch Mem A to Mem B using Morph sequence time

  • dB Reference Level – Selectable dB reference level (0dB to -60dB) allows you to focus in on the most important range of your signal.

  • Master Level – Control the final output stage, post EQ.

  • Factory Presets – Factory Presets feature useful EQ and Analyzer setups

  • Automation – Automate all parameters as part of your D8B session.

  • Selectable Graph Types– Choose from Bar, Peak Hold, Point, Peak Difference, and Peak Bar for viewing preference.

  • Graph Speed – Control the Analyzer graph response time. Useful for identifying quick transients.

  • Freeze – Immediately freeze the analyzer screen to view detailed information

  • Frequency Response – 1Hz to 24kHz (20, 25, 32, 40,50,62, 80, 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500, 630, 800, 1K, 1.3K, 1.6K, 2K, 2.5K, 3.2K, 4K, 5K, 6.4K, 10K, 13K, 16K, 20K)

  • Individual Band Range – 31 sliders range from -12dB to +12dB

  • Analyzer Viewing Range – -40dBr to +20dBr (a 60dB range) to -24dBr to+20dBr (a 36dB range) for fine-tuning

  • Master Level Range – off to +12dB

  • Routing – pre/ post insert, auxiliary, master L/R

  • Input/ Output Meters – 0dB to Off

  • Morph Rate – 0-4000ms

  • 0 dB reference – Adjusts the reference point from 0dBfs within the D8B (-40dBr to +20dBr or –24dBr to +20dBr)

  • Graph Types – Bar, Peak Hold, Point, Peak Diff., and Peak Bar

  • Gain Display – view input level to EQ and resulting output level

  • Routing – pre, post, auxiliary, master L/R


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