Wave Observer Changelog

1.4.1 – 2021/09/23

Fixed
  • macOS: Enable plug-in to run with Rosetta2 by disabling certain Intel CPU instructions (AVX)

1.4.0 – 2021/09/03

Added
  • Introduce tabs and rearrange GUI accordingly
  • Add legend on/off switch within graphics tab
  • Enable keyboard shortcuts
  • Add help page including list of keyboard shortcuts
Changed
  • “Freeze” is now labeled “Pause / Play” and the switch shows the corresponding icons
Fixed
  • Move grid values slightly away from window border

1.3.1 – 2021/05/31

Fixed
  • Respect display scales on Windows (plug-ins would not have the right sizes for scaling factors other than 100% or 200%)

1.3.0 – 2021/05/21

Added
  • Code signing for Windows plug-in files and installer
  • Wave Observer Pro upgrade link (replacing donation link)
Fixed
  • VST2 plug-in instances would not restore the last session and always start with the default plug-in state
Changed
  • Update color themes as part of the Wave Observer Pro 1.0.0 release

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

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Alexandru Stoicea

Hello! We are waiting for the M1 Silicon version! Cheers!

Brian Case

I can’t get it to load in my Rosetta-translated DAW. Help?

Alexandru Stoicea

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

John

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

John Doe

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.