iOS 7 Brings USB Audio Support to iPhone and iPod touch

USB audio devices can now be used with iPhones that support iOS 7 as well as the 5th generation iPod touch. -> read more …

Faber Mac Apps Updated

All Faber apps for Mac have been updated to make more efficient use of resources. -> read more …

SignalScope Pro and SignalScope for iOS updated for iPad Air and new iPad mini

SignalScope Pro 3.0.1 and SignalScope 4.0.1 for iOS include updated nominal input sensitivities for iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display. -> read more …

Faber Mac Apps Updated for Mavericks

All Faber apps for Mac have been updated for Mac OS 10.9, Mavericks. -> read more …

SignalScope Pro 3.0 for iOS 7

In the new version 3, SignalScope Pro’s appearance has been completely revamped for iOS 7. -> read more …

Octave Analyzer tool for iOS

The Octave Analyzer tool for iOS performs real-time spectral analysis in whole or 1/3-octave frequency bands. -> read more …

SignalScope and IOScope support sample rates up to 192 kHz

Current versions of SignalScope, SignalScope Pro, and IOScope include advanced audio configuration options that support user selection of the audio sample rate. This includes sample rates as high as 192 kHz with supported hardware. -> read more …

Input triggering now available in the FFT analyzer on iOS

SignalScope 3.5 and SignalScope Pro 2.5 for iOS have arrived on the App Store with added support for input triggering in the FFT spectrum analyzer tool. -> read more …

Frequency Response Measurement with SignalScope Pro 3 (Mac)

Although SignalScope Pro does not include the Dual FFT Analyzer tool, found in Electroacoustics Toolbox, it is still equipped to perform basic frequency response measurements. This tutorial focuses on using SignalScope Pro’s FFT Analyzer and Signal Generator tools to measure the frequency response of your audio interface. -> read more …

Are you looking for a measurement microphone for your iPhone?

Some time ago, I was made aware of the i436 measurement microphone from MicW. It looked like exactly what was needed to turn any iOS device into a quality sound level meter, or acoustical analysis tool, that you could truly carry around in your pocket, but it was limited in its utility by that pesky low-end roll-off that plagued earlier versions of iOS. -> read more …