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  1. Website: http://spek.cc/ Features Supports all popular lossy and lossless audio file formats thanks to the FFmpeg libraries. Ultra-fast signal processing, uses multiple threads to further speed up the analysis. Shows the codec name and the audio signal parameters. Allows to save the spectrogram as an image file. Drag-and-drop support; associates with common audio file formats. Auto-fitting time, frequency and spectral density rulers. Adjustable spectral density range. Translated into 19 languages. I've seen a few forum members use Spek but for those who don't - Spek is a cheap (free) and cheerful frequency spectrum analyzer. Does not support DSD however. Very useful in doing a basic analysis of your audio collection especially in identifying upsampled content.
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