“s(M)exoscope is an oscilloscope VST plugin. You can use it to visually monitor audio wave forms.


  • Available as a Standard insert effect or as a special Modular version optimized especially for modular VST hosts like Plogue Bidule or AudioMulch.
  • Display controls – Time (number of pixels per sample) & Amp (amplitude of the waveform in the display).
  • Retrigger modes – Free, Internal, Rising & Falling – with Retrigger Threshold. External mode also available in the modular version.
  • Options – Sync Redraw, Freeze, DC-Kill & Channel.

The s(M)exoscope also contains a tool that can be used to analyze the waveform currently in the display. Based on where you place a marker, the tool analyzes the x and y dimensions of the waveform to calculate the following:

  • Selection amplitude (linear).
  • Selection amplitude (decibels).
  • Selection length (in samples).
  • Selection length (in seconds).
  • Selection length (in milliseconds).
  • Selection frequency (assuming that the selection is one cycle in length).”

Sources :

Bram@Smartelectronix: http://bram.smartelectronix.com/plugins.php?id=4
KVR: http://www.kvraudio.com/product/s_m_exoscope_by_smart_electronix/details

9 Responses to “s(M)exoscope”

  1. Avatar Monahyr says:

    Eu gostaria de usar o plugin no Pro Tools, existe essa possibilidade?

  2. Avatar Андатра says:

    when I attach it to channel 1, nothing happens in fl studio 20, the channel stops sounding at all, what am I doing wrong?

  3. Avatar Nikolas says:

    Hi, since i updated ableton i cant load this plug in, i tried to fix it by redownloading but it is not seen in the audio unint and vst folders, is there any customer service i could contact ? thank you

  4. Avatar noniati says:

    I need help for install the plugin

  5. Avatar Ndrew says:

    use jBridge on 64bit DAW

  6. Avatar Pasha Fly says:

    Hi! I would like to see a VST version for mac in near future. I use Bitwig DAW and it only supports the VST plugins (

  7. Avatar Nando Cesar says:

    Would be good to see this plugin in 64bit.
    It i’s a unique tool… And i particularly don’t know
    any other that display waveforms in such a way.
    I hope they catch up with the 64bit DAW’s at some point.