An Analyzer inspects the audio signal and displays various graphs to give an impression of the structure of a sound. It is able to draw a frequency response graph with adjustable accuracy and some other features as well as a phase correlation meter (goniometer). The frequency response shows how much energy a signal has over the frequency range. The goniometer gives an impression of the stereo behavior of your track.


The goniometer shows mono and stereo allocation of your audio signal. A signal mostly vertical around the center shows a high mono ratio while a signal with a wide spread from left to right displays a signal with a high amount of stereo (phase shift) signal. A signal only audible on the right speaker will produce a line from south west to north east and vice versa. The Calf Goniometer will adapt to the amount of the incoming audio signal by zooming in or out automatically.