rtspeccy – real time spectrum analyzer

rtspeccy is a real time spectrum analyzer.

Plug in your microphone and speak, rtspeccy shall visualize your words.

rtspeccy is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Keep it simple. “It” refers to the code. No complex configuration file, simply a config.h.
  • Displays the spectrogram using OpenGL.
  • Split screen: Show history as well as current spectrum.
  • Freeze, zooming and panning.
  • Overtone guidelines: Click and hold the left mouse button to show guidelines which indicate where over- and undertones of the current frequency are located.
  • History is colored via a color ramp.

Website: www.uninformativ.de/git/rtspeccy/file/README.html
Support: Git repository
Developer: P. Hofmann
License: GNU General Public License v3.0


rtspeccy is written in C. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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