This may seem like a dumb question but I don't know where else to ask it!
One of things I like to do with music is check out wave patterns, spectral phases, etc, if for no other reason than they look cool (or predicting the kind of sound based on the wave).
Some examples here (Using Adobe Audition):
I think this is awesome and is a really cool way to represent music.
The problem I'm having is performance issues while listening and rendering these views in real time, at great detail (especially those last two). That would mean I would have to convert the whole thing to an image first, piece by piece, to see all the detail (or have a large resolution monitor and take a big screenshot).
Is there some sort of software out there (or web app) that can render a linear view like this for me and save it to an image?
Take SoundCloud for example (grey outline):