SignalScope on iPad?

The question frequently comes up, whether the existing Faber iPhone apps, SignalScope/Pro, SoundMeter, SignalSuite, etc will work on the iPad. The answer is, yes, they all work on the iPad. They aren’t universal apps, which means that they either appear in a small window in the middle of the iPad screen, or they can be zoomed to (mostly) fill the large screen. Even though the graphics are not as crisp when the apps are zoomed, these apps still offer a good user experience on the iPad.

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SpeakerDraft gains Universal status

Faber Acoustical is pleased to announce that SpeakerDraft 1.2 is now available for download on the iTunes App Store. Version 1.2 brings a few important enhancements, as well as compatibility with the iPhone and iPod touch. New in version 1.2: SpeakerDraft now runs on all iPhone OS devices, including the iPhone and iPad Driver properties now include nominal diameter (in inches), nominal impedance, and mounting depth. Box dimensions are constrained by the size of the driver (you can’t make a box that’s too small for the selected driver). Port dimensions are constrained by the size of the box. Some cosmetic issues have been corrected in the iPad version. SpeakerDraft 1.2 also brings with it a new, lower price. Happy subwoofer […]

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SignalScope 2 for iPhone offers upgrades via in-app purchase

Faber Acoustical, LLC announced today that SignalScope 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices is available for immediate download on the iTunes App Store. With version 2, SignalScope users can now enjoy the full features of the Pro version without having to pay full price for SignalScope Pro. Faber Acoustical’s SignalScope 2.0 includes full and partial upgrades, via in-app purchase, that unlock additional tools and functionality, which previously were only available in the Pro version. In addition to enabling users to upgrade to the full functionality of SignalScope Pro for iPhone all at once, SignalScope 2.0 offers incremental upgrades. Available upgrades include individual tools, such as the level meter (functionally equivalent to the sound level meter tool in the popular […]

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iPod Touch 3G Headset IO Frequency Response

To add to the previously published results, we decided to measure the frequency response of the iPod Touch 3G. Electroacoustics Toolbox 2.1.7 was used with a MOTU UltraLite mk3 audio interface to measure the frequency response. These measurements include the response of the headset output as well as the headset input. The audio was routed through the iPod Touch using SignalScope Pro, and the measurements were made on a 3rd generation 32 GB iPod Touch. With each new iteration of the iPhone, the low-end roll off of the headset input has been steeper and steeper.  The iPod Touch seems to be following a similar trend. The iPod Touch 2G had a 3 dB frequency around 30 Hz while the iPod […]

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Frequency Response Measurement of Logitec LIC-iREC03P

There haven been a few requests regarding a recently released line input device called the Logitec LIC-iREC03P. To add to the frequency response measurements done previously, we decided to add this new device to the group. This measurement was made using an iPod Touch 2G. As before, the audio was routed through the phone using SignalScope Pro, and the measurement includes the response of the iPod’s headphone output. When compared to the previous measurements,  the Logitec has the lowest 3dB point of all the devices tested (around 5 Hz). One problem with this device is the availability. Currently, it appears to only be available from Japan. I was able to order it fairly painlessly from geekstuff4you.com, but your mileage may […]

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