Tokyo Dawn Labs, known for their innovative audio software, has released a new product called TDR Prism. This is a frequency analyzer plugin designed for both Mac and Windows platforms. What sets TDR Prism apart from other similar products is its focus on human audio perception, providing a unique perspective on audio analysis.
TDR Prism is a modern frequency analyzer that is easy to use and highly configurable. It provides precise insight into the spectral properties of a signal. The plugin boasts flexible audio sourcing, decoding, and visual configuration possibilities. It offers a wide range of spectral weighting/tilting methods, peak/RMS smoothing options, including human auditory filters, and a real-time indication of auditory masking.
One of the standout features of Prism is its ability to visualize and compare spectra from various sources. Whether it’s audio files, regular and sidechain inputs, or even other Prism instances in the project, Prism can handle it all. This makes it a versatile tool for anyone working with audio.
The user interface of Prism is freely resizable and supports fullscreen, offering a comfortable view of the audio spectrum. Additional features like screen magnification, automatic marker lines, and tone generator options further enhance the user experience, making it easy to inspect audio signals.
Notable features of TDR Prism include a human auditory model that includes auditory masking, a wide range of tilting and weighting options, support for sidechain inputs, external files, and links to other plugin instances. It also boasts visually appealing, high precision plotting and a freely resizable hardware-accelerated user interface, including fullscreen support.