Spectrum Analyzer For iOS

New app promises portable, precision audio measurement and visualization      08/10/12

ONYX Apps tells us that Spectrum Analyzer for iOS is a powerful real-time audio analysis app designed with musicians and recording engineers in mind. They say that it is ideal for room tuning or speaker tuning, enabling portable, precision audio measurement and visualization. Here's the company's full description of the new app...
Spectrum Analyzer harnesses the computational and graphical power of its host iDevice to provide precision, real-time readouts that are smooth and responsive. It has been designed from the ground up to take full advantage of the newest features and capabilities of iOS 6. It is a completely integrated app - there are no plug-ins or in-app purchases available or required.
Feature Highlights:
  • Octave Band Real Time Analyzer
  • FFT Plot (Fast Fourier Transform)
  • Spectrograph module
  • Test Tone and White/Pink Noise Generator
  • Retina display and iPhone 5 ready
Audio input may be acquired via the built-in microphone or an external measurement microphone. For best results we recommend using a calibrated measurement microphone connected via USB audio interface or iPhone dock connector. This allows for high precision and flat frequency response, as well as for stereo input.
Pricing and Availability:
$14.99 More information:
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