I've paid Good bucks for crappy iPhone app for similar [advertised] functionality. They had ton of settings but never really worked.. This one on the other hand is simple, responsive and accurate. I would pay for this app. And I'm sure many more folks would. You should list a bitcoin address somewhere.
Could you make a version that shows only the music your device is playing? Like a music visualizer?
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Nice, simple, clean This is a very well made app. Simple, good-looking (which is more rare than one might think) and easy to use. It would be nice if it had just a couple more bells and whistles like the ability to touch the screen to get the specific frequency of a wave peak or trough. The description of the paid version didn't seem to indicate that it had this function. This is why I didn't give it 5 stars. Other than that, this app is nearly perfect.
Great app for flute! FrequenSee is a must-have app for instrumentalists. It allows a musician to see how his or her sound is broken into its parts (the fundamental pitch and the harmonic series). It is also great for achieving consistent dynamics throughout the range an instrument. It also has interesting implications for working on extended techniques (ie. multiphonics, whistle tones, singing and playing, etc.) I'm very excited to incorporate its use into my studio teaching and personal practice.
Keep in mind Keep in mind this is limited by your phones or tablets microphone. Most can cover pretty high up (20khz) but most (if any) can't do it the low end frequencies. I can't seem to find solid info on the lower end for the galaxy s5 but I'm pretty sure it doesn't go down to 50hz
completely refined version 2.0:
- improved accuracy
- improved latency
- improved rendering on large screens
- added some supporting lines to the coordinate system
- now asks for microphone access on Android 6.0+
- added native support for arm64-v8a and x86
- updated ads integration
- upgraded free version FFT window size from 2048 to 4096
- upgraded free version number of frequency bands from 128 to 176
- bringing it a bit closer to the quality of the HD version