I have been going down the oscilloscope music rabbit hole, and I saw that there is an experimental feature in oscilloscope that allows for a Z channel to be run through the software for blanking, which I know isn’t “officially” supported, but it still a very cool feature! I have been doing all of my oscilloscope artwork in software simply because I don’t have an expensive audio card with DC offset (yet) to play the sound through an oscilloscope.
I was playing with the REWEREHERE software, which takes advantage of the Z channel, and so I recorded all 3 channels in mono in Ableton, and through research, found that Audacity had the capability to export a .WAV file with a custom number of channels, so I exported a 3 channel (X,Y,Z) .WAV file with my fingers crossed that Oscilloscope would recognize it, but alas, it did not (It recognized X and Y only).
I know that Oscilloscope isn’t paid software, so it’s not really my place to beg for that feature, but would it be a difficult feature to implement? It’s halfway there already through the microphone implementation. I would love to be able to render out oscilloscopes using the Z Channel blanking feature!