Jscope VST is an oscilloscope VST designed to allow you to quickly analyze the behavior of an effect or synthesizer. With multiple instances of Jscope, you can easily see the influence a given effect has on a waveform. Simply place an instance of Jscope before the effect plugin, and then another instance of Jscope after the effect.
This is what the developer (Jaggedplanet) has to say about the o-scope plugin:
“Using the Oscilloscope
I discovered I wanted an oscilloscope whose behavior I comprehended whilst creating a VST plug-in. The synth plug-in is unready to be launched, However, I think the oscilloscope might be helpful to some one.
I have attempted to allow it to be pretty just like an actual oscilloscope, even though the very fact the wave form is given to it in explosions which do not always synchronise with the pc display refresh or by means of the oscilloscope’s sweep speed makes it difficult to correctly design a real screen.
Will show a stereo signal in a few settings, and takes it:
Two different hints, R and L
Solitary trace, total of R and L
Solitary touch, distinction between R and L
X/Y (Lissajous) storyline, L compared to R
X/Y (Lissajous) storyline, Total(l-r) versus Diff(l r)
Additional characteristics of JScope:
Fresh in V1.1
One Shot cause function with optional pre- or post-delay
Linear, polar and logarithmic graticules
Cursor dimension of amount, period, regularity, note
Obtain (Y) from
DC or AC
Variable X-offset of hint(s)
Y- offsets outlines separately flexible
Flexible trigger amount, on gradients that are negative or positive
Activating that is postponed
Screen ‘halt’ choice
Phosphor persistence that is flexible
Elective graticule with brightness that is changeable
8 pre-programmed styles for rapid set up
This plugin is especially useful for those of us who make complex chains of effects, or perhaps program our own effects and VST. An oscilloscope plugin can help analyze the effect of any change the the routing of effects, or algorithm.
Download Page: http://jaggedplanet.com/vst/jscope.html