Wave Observer Changelog

[1.2.0] – 2021/03/01

Added
  • Add compatibility for Apple M1 processors
Changed
  • Peak meter: faster attack, slower decay and additional peak hold for the signal bars
Fixed
  • Fix incorrect peak hold time after sample rate changes

[1.1.0] – 2021/01/24

Changed
  • Increase precision of the duration setting (especially noticeable at small values)
  • Set minimum duration to 1 ms independent of sample rate (used to be a function of sample rate and screen size)
  • Change VST3 plug-in category to “Fx|Analyzer”
Fixed
  • Eliminate graphical glitches at sharp line angles

[1.0.1] – 2020/12/21

Fixed
  • Fix initialization crash in certain DAWs
  • Reset oscilloscope state only if sample rate changes (prevents signals from disappearing when a DAW calls reset without a sample rate change)
  • Fix wrong mouse target areas for URLs
  • Minor bugfixes and performance improvements

[1.0.0] – 2020/12/05

Initial release

10 thoughts on “Wave Observer Changelog

    1. Haha, me too 😉 it’s one of the top priorities obviously. But I can’t estimate yet when I will be able to start working on it. Cheers

          1. Please send me more detailed information via e-mail and I will try to find out what the problem is with Rosetta.

        1. Unfortunately is being blacklisted by cubase (Intel version) on M1. Before this update it was always blacklisted

          1. Does it work for you with DAWs that are built for ARM? I would not recommend using rosetta conversion, especially not with Cubase. But of course it could be an issue on my side, I don’t know.

  1. Well, I would like to have this because nowadays I work mainly on a laptop due different circumstances. And I do extensively sound design and while doing so I like to have a spectrum analyzer and a scope on my screen with less information/data/controls shown as possible. First for less eye distraction and second to save valuable screen space. Thanks

  2. Hi, i really like this tool. Nothing comparable for free out there. But I have one feature request: a button to hide the controls so that only the waveform display is visible. Hope that’s somehow possible. Thanks and stay healthy.

    1. Hi John. Thank you for your feedback. I will add this to my list of feature requests. However, I would have to investigate first if this is needed by other users as well. May I ask what your use case is? Why are the (few) controls distracting you?

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