SignalScope 3.0 for iOS Goes Universal

Following in the footsteps of SignalScope Pro, SignalScope has now been enhanced for iPad users with native iPad support. SignalScope’s FFT analyzer and oscilloscope now support drawing on an external screen with a compatible video output adapter. The original iPad supports external screen resolutions up to 720p and the iPad 2 supports resolutions as high as 1080p and even 1920×1200 with compatible hardware. Video output support is not supported on iPhone or iPod touch. SignalScope can be upgraded, via in-app purchase, to the full functionality of SignalScope Pro. Alternatively, additional tool upgrades, such as the octave-band spectrum analyzer or signal generator, may be purchased individually. Like the Pro version, SignalScope now supports PDF file creation, in-app file previews, iTunes File Sharing, […]

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Electroacoustics Toolbox 3.0 is out!

Electroacoustics Toolbox 3.0 for Mac OS 10.6 is now available for download on the new Mac App Store and at FaberAcoustical.com. Faber Acoustical has announced the release of Electroacoustics Toolbox 3.0. The latest release of Faber Acoustical’s flagship acoustical test and measurement toolset is now available for purchase in the Mac App Store and at FaberAcoustical.com. Version 3 of Faber Acoustical’s flagship product features an enhanced user interface, better control over audio device configurations, and more comprehensive user preferences. New functionality in the Toolbox includes the option to perform arithmetic operations, such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication, on two arbitrary input channels of an audio input device. Users can also specify arbitrary FFT lengths and view live spectrogram data in […]

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iPod touch 4 limited like iPhone 4

While built-in cameras and a microphone are exciting additions to the newest iPod touch, the same I/O limitations that plague the iPhone 4 as an audio/acoustics analyzer platform remain. In other words, the existing audio inputs on the 4th generation iPod touch suffer from significant low-frequency roll-off, just as the other iPhone and iPod touch models do. Also, existing analog line-level input accessories that worked with earlier iPod touch and iPhone devices (before the iPhone 4) are not compatible with the latest iPod touch. In spite of the present limitations, however, I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before suitable input options become available for the latest and greatest iOS devices…

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