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.
Best app ever As a sound tech, it is not always easy to balance a sound board without a graphic equalizer. This app gives me that graphic so I can identify stray frequencies. That being said, it will not identify specific frequencies, but it does a great job of showing where the harmonies are. This app is great fun and a lot of help.
Outstanding. My sax player has a wireless mic that has a couple of horrible peaks. I turned up his mic in his monitor until it produced feedback and used this app to find the 2 offending frequencies. I notched them out with parametric eq and the problem is gone. I've been in the music business long enough to remember when it would cost you a couple of grand to have a tool like this. Thank you.
A fun app I can see how this would be very useful for a specific group of people. My kids like playing with it, and I kind of do too. I'd like to have the option to turn the camera on & have it record video with the frequency spectrum line superimposed. "Yes dear, you were snoring - and it was THIS loud!"
Nice basic tool I'm an A/C tech by trade and an audio nut by hobby and passion. This app allowed me to quickly pinpoint the frequency range of an objectionable noise in a large commercial unit, and moving around allowed me to further narrow the area of the noise. Nice for rough estimating, but a professional tool is necessary for professional results. Mic in a phone is not going to be calibrated for pro use. Good app for the money (free) and gives you the basics to do what is needed on the fly for quick, basic work.
Perfect for my needs I have been using it to find feedback setting up our band's PA system. I just turn up the volume on the PA, see roughly what frequency the feedback is at and then filter it out on the EQ built into the PA. Simples. ;-)
This update improves the signal processing in general. Meanwhile, I have released my second app "liveBPM". If you are a musician or DJ, be sure to check it out!
- Smoother frequency curve which now also appears more "calibrated"
- Improved latency and smoothness for Armv7+ devices. Refresh rate increased to 58 frames per second (was 43 before).
- Changed line color