Audio analyzers are used for all kinds of audio measurements, in analog domain as well as in digital. This paper shows different ways to construct an audio analyzer in principle, discussing advantages and disadvantages. A few measurements are used as examples to point out the possibilities of top-of-the-art instruments.
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