Free Mixing And Mastering Analyzer

Toscanalyzer shows how your music looks and sounds compared to your favourite commercial recordings      30/01/12

Free Mixing And Mastering Analyzer


Toscanalyzer.org has announced Toscanalyzer 1.0, the first release of their new audio analysis tool. A spokesperson for the company had this to tell us, "How does your music look and sound compared to your favorite commercial recordings? Toscanalyzer helps you to see and understand the most critical parameters of your song. Toscanalyzer gives you all the support you need to make your mix or master better. It is not only a analysis tool but a complete guide to understand why your song sounds as it sounds. And it supports you in a way that you can easily fix the most critical issues easily. Toscanalyzer lets you compare audible and visually your project to any reference songs in a very convenient way. Toscanalyzer offers a clear project view including many options to analyze. The analysis gives you a detailed report about possible problems and in addition a clear guidance how to fix it."
Product features
  • Identification of problems in digitally stored music mainly in the range of mixing and mastering.
  • Analysis and comparison of music and / or music albums with a compact representation of important characteristics.
  • Guidance and assistance for the sustainable improvement of the material.
Pricing and Availability:
Free download for non commercial usage. Available for Window and Linux. Mac OSX coming soon. More information:

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