The premium version natively includes:
-BASS BOOST: to boost the volume of your bass like never before!
-“SAVE” option to record your customized frequency presets
-Possibility to edit and/or delete your presets
-“FADE”: to ensure a smooth string of music
-“DUALSCREEN” option to display your equalizer on a second screen
-5 bands equalizer (from low bass to highs)
-Audio player (directly available in the app)
-Unlimited access to your native music library (you can order your songs by album/title/artist or playlist)
-Background play mode (to keep playing your songs while you consult other apps or while your device is in stand-by mode)
-Music search available
-10 equalizer presets based on different music genres
-Double-clic option to quickly and easily reset the volume of the frequency filters
-Visible music progress bar
-“Repeat” function to keep listening to your songs over and over again (3-status button: repeat one song, repeat a whole playlist, no repetition)
-“Shuffle” function: plays your songs in a random order
-Media Bass volume control
-Vintage and refined design
-Professional sound rendering
-Simple and friendly user interface
-Visualizer window: one audio spectrum animation is provided with the app (like on the former Windows Media Player). You can display the visualizer in full-screen.
Exclusive options to discover:
-VISUALIZER to give birth to your sound: watch the sound move directly from your mobile, the way one used to with Windows Media Player
Boost and improve your sound quality and volume thanks to Equalizer+! Equalizer + is both a music track player and a frequency equalizer. Access your own music library directly from the app. Set the frequencies you like for your songs and save your presets. Equalizer + enables you to control 5 different band frequencies. Adjust each filter to bring out the best in your music. More to the mow frequency filters, you’ll have the possibility to amplify even more your bass sounds thanks to the Bass Booster option. Finally, you’ll be able to visualize your sound thanks to a spectrum analyser, directly available from the app.
Rediscover your music thanks to the new equalizer app! Plug in your headphones or turn your speakers on, and listen to your songs as if you were in a studio. Enjoy volume at its best! There’s nothing like a good equalizer to boost your parties or just boost your music listening experience.
The available presets are:
Field Recorder is only available on Google Play!
Turn your smartphone and tablet into an HQ audio recorder!
Customers say it is the best audio recorder app that money can buy and worth every cent.
Field Recorder provides easy-to-use presets for standard tasks like dictation or concert recording. However, it is actually designed for professional use as it provides more than 70 options to customize it to the given device and situation. Also, external microphones are supported.
• Recording, overwriting, continuing, and playing of wav files with mono and stereo
• Up to 4 seconds pre- and post recording. You won't miss any important stuff even if you are too late at the start button
• Auto start, stop, and continue, depending on loudness. The control signal can be filtered independently to optimize it for voices and other audio signals
• When recording, automatic stop at 4GB maximum file size and even seamless restart of a new file is available (activate auto start with a low threshold)
• High-precision stereo audio engine with minimum-phase shelving equalizers and stereo balance correction to compensate for flaws of the microphones. Also with recording booster, configurable limiters, soft clipping, and high-quality monitoring
• Wav player with volume maximizer, silent and audible fast-forward and fast-rewind, and low-latency random access to any play position via progress bar
• Stores recordings internally or on any chosen SD card (even if you have two or more SD cards installed). Default is SD card. Optionally makes recordings visible to your favorite player
• 9200 colors available for the metallic-brushed skin! Also, you choose round or rectangular LEDs, left-hand operation, the button size, and your favorite color for the LCD display
The First 15 Minutes
Use the Play Store 15 minute return period to check out if audio recording works on your phone. Especially, try the different inputs from "In:MicA" to "In:MicE".
Start with the presets which you select by touching "Factory". Probably, you find a preset in the cloud perfectly adapted to your smartphone! Then choose the various inputs (touch "In:MicA"). If you activate "Monitor", use headphones to avoid an acoustic feedback loop. Check without creating audio files, just by pressing the pause button, which activates the level meters. In the LCD you see a date/time string as the potential file name.
• The name of a modified preset is shown in the LCD in gray
• Play back uses the PlayLimiter and ignores the Monitor switch, so monitoring can be deactivated during recording
• Touch "time/position/free" label to show remaining recording duration
• Touch battery symbol to toggle between battery and CPU usage
• Touch "CLIP" to reset clip LEDs
• Touch meter to open its configuration menu
• The meter shows peak amplitudes or the start/stop control signal
• Active auto start overrules pressing the pause button
• The auto start/stop control signal filter with 1.5kHz is optimized for speech. 750Hz are better with high-frequency environmental noise, 3k reduces low-frequency influence
• Soft Clipping is active above -3dBFS
• Limiting and Soft Clipping work only if Boost is greater than 0dB
• Recording Boost above 20dB might produce hardware feedback loop (caused by weak power supply)
• Overwrite and Append modify existing recordings (warning can be switched on/off)
• Activate flight mode to reduce noise floor
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Use it to test your measurement equipment, apply signals as input to your electronic circuits. It doesn't end with electronic applications though. Use it to map the resonance pattern of a room, to calibrate a microphone setup or just to annoy your friends! It features all important functions of a real waveform generator.
-Friendly user interface: Similar to well-known professional hardware waveform generators.
-On the fly generation: No need to pause and restart the signal in order for changes to take effect!
-Sine, Square, Triangle and Saw waves
-Frequency Range: 1 Hz - 22050* Hz
-Save/Load waveform to/from internal memory, infinite slots!
-Request your own feature
-Square & Triangle wave Duty Cycle control
-Random Noise: White (Gaussian), Pink, Brown
-AM (DB and DSB-SC) / FM with Modulation Frequency and Level control
-Sine Sweep with Repeat and Ping-Pong
*Quality of high frequency waveforms might vary across devices.
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This app is provided by Trono Tech and while we endeavor to keep the app up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the app or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained in the app for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from the use of this app.
There are a few options available via the Android Menu key. The user may toggle to switch between a white or black background. The user may also view the actual sound waves directly (as opposed to viewing their frequency spectrum).
The duration of the sound snippet is 0.1 second.
I have noticed that there are two lines at 7,200 and 14,400 Hertz while developing Spectrum Analyzer. I suspect these sounds are emitted from the hard disk that runs at 7200 RPM. Outside, I noticed crickets chirping around 5,600 Hertz.
To learn more about frequency spectra see the one-page tutorial on our website, https://sites.google.com/a/andwaves.com/www/home/about-fourier-transforms
The program uses the new Google licensing standard. In theory this means the program can be copied to an SD card, freeing up internal memory in the Android, although I haven’t tried it.
If you have purchased the software and need help or would like to discuss your application, I will be happy to spend a few minutes with you on the phone (321.252.8205).
Simply install the transmitter app on your windows laptop that has WiFi. Then connect your TV's headphone jack, or any other device with a headphone jack to the microphone jack of your laptop. Then start this app on your smartphone and listen to the audio coming out of TV or your audio device. The delay of the audio relative to video is minimal and negligible. One of the main advantages of this app, is its simplicity. It is just a plug and play app. You do not need to find the server IP address, or change an audio buffer size. Everything is done automatically and in a smart way. If you have any questions or comments we would love to hear from you.
No ads. Full version.
512 up to 8192 frequency divisions (1024 to 16384 FFT size).
22 kHz spectrum range (can reduce down to 1 kHz for higher resolution).
Auto-scale or pinch to zoom, drag to pan.
Linear or logarithmic scales.
Peak frequency detection (polynomial fit).
Averaging, Min and Max.
Save CSV data files (uses Write External Storage Permission).
Free or snap to peak cursor .
Musical note indicator (green if within 5 cents, orange if within 10 cents).
Auto-scaling microphone input trace.
For best response on slower single core devices, keep the FFT size low.
Start the application from your Android device. The WithStrings Guitar Tuner user interface is divided into 5 sections: a bar graph modeled after a guitar neck, an analog meter, a XY graph, an input audio level indicator, and a row of buttons. The buttons provide the controls for the tuner. Buttons from left to right: TUNE for listening, PLAY, to generate tones, AUTO to specify a string to listen for or a tone to play, and LIN/LOG to change the scale mode for the XY graph.
Press the TUNE button (note, the PLAY button is disabled until the STOP is pressed). The tuner will begin listening for tones from your guitar. There is a minimal audio level needed for tuning so please place the microphone on your phone about a foot from your guitar's body. The Input Audio Level meter will give you an indication of the audio level applied to the microphone. The meter will move to the right past the trigger “trig” point when enough audio power is present. Pluck the string starting with string 6 (the thickest string). The bar graph will indicate if your string is within range of the note assigned (standard tunings). If your string is tuned too low, the bar graph display will show a red bar above the string. Likewise if the string is tuned too high, a red bar will appear below the string. Tighten or loosen the string until the string you are tuning on the guitar matches the string on the bar graph as indicated by a thick black line. Further adjust the string tension so the pointer on the meter is centered.
Press the AUTO button until the desired string note combination appears. The bar graph will remain fixed at this selection. Use the meter to fine tune the selected string. If the tone is too high, the needle will remain pointing to the right. If the string tone is too low, the needle will point to the left.
The XY Graph will display the spectrum of the sampled audio data. This will be seen as a series of peaks that represent the individual frequencies that make up the sample. Notes played on the guitar (depending where on the neck) will consist of a peak that indicates the primary frequency of the note and other frequencies produced by the complex interactions of the strings, neck, wood, and player. The frequency of the strongest peaks will be displayed on the graph. This will often be the harmonic of the note frequency. Peaks often occur on the fifth of the selected note (three times the frequency of the note). The XY graph is a good tool to 'see' the sound generated by your guitar and practice technique (compare plucking techniques or plucking at the 12th fret versus near the bridge). The x-axis is scaled from 0 to 1000HZ. The y-axis is auto-scaled to the highest peak. The red line on the x-axis indicates the threshold for capturing a peak. There are two scaling modes for the y-axis, linear or logarithmic. One of these modes can be selected by pressing the LIN/LOG button.
Press the PLAY button (note, the TUNE button is disabled until STOP is pressed). In AUTO mode the Android device will begin play tones E, A, D, G, B, E in one second intervals. Headphones will allow better response of the lower strings. Pluck the same string as shown on the bar graph. Match the tones.
Using the Auto/Manual button a single tone can be selected. It will repeat at about 1 second intervals. Tuning by ear usually involves listening for beat frequency. If two notes are slightly different in frequency, a low frequency beat will be heard. This sound will dissolve as the two notes converge.
There are no advertisements.
When the tone is ON, the thumbwheels are grayed out and the user cannot change the frequency. The thumbwheels can be freely changed when the tone is OFF.
Any frequency up to 440 Hertz is permissible; the Pro version goes to 22,050 Hz. Volume is adjusted with the volume controls on the Android device.
The program is useful to musicians, engineers, dog trainers and people who just want to informally test their hearing.
This program was developed on an Evo 4G.
I am interested in receiving feedback or any recommendations for improvements to this application. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or recommendations that you may have.
For information about this or other AndWaves products, see www.andwaves.com
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