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  • Analyzer

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    The Analyzer is a combination of a sound pressure level (SPL) meter and a full range multiple bands frequency analyzer. It is mainly designed for audio professionals who need to evaluate different working environments (e.g. studios, live stages)... that’s why it’s perfect for anyone who’s in need of acoustical analysis!! It is easy to use and comes with amazing features only known from professional acoustic tools.

  • Audio Latency Meter For IOS

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    LatencyMeter measures the real-world Round Trip Latency (RTL) of a given iOS audio system. It functions by playing short test tones while simultaneously recording (listening for) the tones to return back to the input.

  • Clock Time Regulation For IPhone

    ClockMaster - ONYX Apps

    ClockMaster is a clock timing software, in many ways similar to watch timegraphers, but specifically designed to work with mechanical pendulum clocks. The app analyzes the ticking sound of the escapement to determine the clock's running rate measured in Beats Per Hour (B/H). This rate is then compared to a specified Target Rate, and the Error is reported as Seconds Per Day fast or slow (±S/D).

  • Electronic Drum Latency

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    EDLM iPhone app was developed specifically for measuring latency in electronic drums. It connects to the input and output points of an e-drum system and provides automated and accurate latency measurements.

  • LED Audio Spectrum For IOS

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    LED Audio Spectrum uses your iPhone or iPad microphone to visualize sound through fluid, colorful graphics that bounce to the beat! Now you can actually "see" any surrounding sound such as speech, music, singing and more. The app comes with a handful of simple, yet outstandingly implemented visualizers and each has multiple color themes to choose from. The built-in TV out support gives you the big picture!

  • Metronome App

    MetroTimer - ONYX Apps

    MetroTimer has been measured to be more accurate than any other metronome app for iOS. Most app store metronomes are derived from Apple sample code included with the iOS SDK (Software Development Kit). And regretfully, this code fails to account for all the factors that can cause small inaccuracies to build up over time. MetroTimer, created by a software company that specializes in clock time measurement and regulation, is guaranteed to meet laboratory standards for accurate timekeeping.

  • Oscilloscope App

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    Oscilloscope for iOS is great for analyzing audio range signals, or learning oscilloscope measurement basics. The interface includes many standard oscilloscope controls, such as: triggering, time and voltage per division, signal measurement cursors, and more. The app incorporates a signal (function) generator capable of generating sine, square, triangle, and sawtooth waveforms of up to 22 KHz. Calibration to an external reference signal is supported, guaranteeing the accuracy of measurements.

  • Spectrum Analyzer

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    Spectrum Analyzer for iOS is a powerful real-time audio analysis app. Designed with musicians and recording engineers in mind, it can also be used by anyone interested in the world of sound. Ideal for room tuning or speaker tuning, the app enables portable, precision audio measurement and visualization. The videos below demonstrate three of the included modules - Octave RTA, FFT Plot, and Spectrograph. A Test Tone Generator is also available.

  • Timegrapher App

    Timegrapher X - ONYX Apps

    The speed of a mechanical wrist watch is not constant. It fluctuates with build quality, watch position, mainspring tension and even temperature. The Timegrapher X iOS app is a unique tool that helps you find, observe and understand patterns developing over time.

  • Time Machine

    Retro-Fi - ONYX Apps

    Retro-Fi is a time machine, constructed to take you back to a time when the most common way of hearing the latest hit music was AM radio. The music of that time included many styles and sounds, but the way the music sounded was always the same, owing to the limitations of the medium.

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