|J-Scope VST Oscilloscope plugin|
|Whilst experimenting with writing a VST* synthesizer plugin, I found I needed an oscilloscope whose behaviour I understood. The synth plugin has not yet made it to a state where I feel it's worth releasing, but I think the oscilloscope may be useful to someone.|
|I've tried to make it fairly similar to a real oscilloscope, although the fact that the waveform is fed to it in bursts which don't necessarily synchronise with the computer's display refresh rate or with the oscilloscope's sweep rate makes it hard to accurately model a real screen.|
J-Scope accepts a stereo signal, and can display it in several modes:
Other features of J-Scope include:
J-Scope is free to download from this site only - you MAY NOT sell it, make
it available through any other website, or redistribute it in any way without my express permission.
Disclaimer: J-Scope is believed to function as described above
and is offered in good faith on an as-is basis. However, you use it at your own risk -
I cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused by the installation or use of this software.
J-Scope is currently available as a 32-bit Windows VST plugin only.
|Download: JScopeV1_00.zip Win32 zipfile, 420KB|
|To install, simply extract the file jscope.dll and copy it to your VST directory.|
|If you find J-Scope useful, you might like to buy me a virtual beer by making a small donation. Cheers!|
|J-Scope was developed using the excellent Skinman and Knobman GUI tools from g200kg. If I receive any donations then some will be passed back to g200kg.|
|Screenshots - click to see full size (opens in new window):|
|Mono square wave|
|X/Y plot, sum vs difference|
|*Note: VST is a registered trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.|