FLUX:: recently released a VENUE-compatible version of its Pure Analyzer System—a network-driven modular RTA (Real Time Analyzer) system that consists of the standalone Pure Analyzer Essential application* and up to three optional modules (Pure Analyzer Live, Pure Analyzer Metering, and Pure Analyzer Multichannel). With the Pure Analyzer System and Pure Analyzer Live option, VENUE users gain access to an extensive range of analyzer options for live productions and other audio analysis and measurement applications.
And now FLUX is offering VENUE users a special discount—from December 6, 2011 through January 31, 2012, get 30% off Pure Analyzer Essential, the Pure Analyzer Live option, and any of the other two add-on modules you want when you purchase through FLUX’s eStore.
Simply visit the store, select the Pure Analyzer Essential checkbox, the Live option check box, and any other options. Then select the “I have a coupon code” checkbox under the “Shopping Cart” section and enter your VENUE FOH Rack, Mix Rack, or SC48 serial number to get your discount.
Not ready to buy? You can also request a 10 or 30-day demo—contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
With the Pure Analyzer System installed on a standalone computer or laptop*, simply capture source signals with your VENUE console using the included Sample grabber VENUE plug-in to begin the analysis. The actual analysis is then performed using the computer. You can also couple the system with a wireless transmitter to route a source test signal to the laptop to perform transfer curve measurements at different locations more conveniently.
For live sound productions, the Pure Analyzer Live module in conjunction with Pure Analyzer Essential provides the elements needed to assist the live sound engineer in speaker array calibration tasks, including a delay finder, level, meter, transfer function magnitude, phase and coherence spectra, and impulse response, as well as snapshot facilities. The Pure Analyzer Live option requires Pure Analyzer Essential to run.
* Requires a computer or laptop (sold separately) with a graphics card that supports OpenGL/DirectX.