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[XAP]Bob
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I’ve recently had an opportunity to use a Behringer X32, and I have to say that I really agree.

I’d gladly sacrifice an FX unit or two for the DSP required for something like:

It makes it really easy to dial the frequency across to “the bright red bit” and put a cut in 😉
It was a fairly coarse FFT – but it’s perfectly good enough for the job needed.

Until that happens I’m looking to use the Oxford Research spectrum analyser on my iPad…
http://www.oxfordwaveresearch.com/j2/products/spectrumview

The free version is probably enough for my needs – but I need to get it a decent signal. I’m wondering if the I can make the Alt-Out do the job, or prefereably the headphone output from my IEM transmitter, because the iPad is a bit wiggy about detecting inputs on the 3.5mm jack – it’s expecting a microphone, so it ignores devices of the wrong impedance.