Debugger visualizers are not oficially supported in Windows Phone. However in that thread it was mentioned that Windows Phone seems to support some visualizers like HTML String, XML String etc.
So what I did was convert my audio buffer visualizer (List<float> or List<double>) to accept base 64 encoded strings such that I can wrap the buffer in a special class that will return the base 64 representation of the buffer.
However after doing this, I noticed that while you can use the HTML String etc, VS doesn't seem to recognize any new visualizers that specify string as their supported type. It works when debugging a desktop app, but not a WP app.
Does anyone have any experience with getting something like this to work for Windows Phone development? Is there any other approaches that can work? Not being able to see the waveforms when debugging a WP app that does a lot of DSP is pain.