Advanced Spectrum Analyzer PRO

4.4
2.3K reviews
500K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Advanced FFT Spectrum Analyzer is a real-time ( RTA ) powerful audio tool to visualize and analyze signals from android device microphone in frequency domain.

Features:
- FREE
- FFT resolution up to 2.7Hz! (FFT size: from 512 to 16384 bins)
- 44100 hertz (Hz) and 48000 hertz(Hz) sampling frequencies
- peak finding
- input source selection ( two microphones )
- several window functions to minimize the leakage effect and increase signal peaks precision
- linear and logarithmic scales
- scaling
- signal averaging
- peak hold
- 2 independent markers
- markers frequency and amplitude deltas
- pause/resume button
- screenshots
- NO ADS!
Updated on
Jan 4, 2017

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4.4
2.3K reviews
Robert Zinda
October 27, 2021
Just tried this again, forgot that it was pretty much outdated and featureless. Really needs to get some useful additions, tone and noise generator calibration for mic, freeze and compare sweep that can be saved with some type of notation so you know exactly what you're loooking at. That's a problem with most of the audio apps, if you can save you can't label them so they have any use. Unless you take notes on everything it means nothing.
39 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
August 29, 2019
As an audio engineer I need good tools. This tool has allowed my work to be better because the features on this app give me the tools I need to see what is taking place in the audible frequencies. It displays the frequency response in a logarithmic form and what is what we are used to as audio engineers. Also the ability to change the averaging makes me feel the real the response is extremely accurate, while also allowing me to see the change over a long period of time. Best tool I could ask for
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Ron Watson
August 18, 2020
Like all spectrum analyzers, it takes a little getting used to, I'm still a little dubious of the under 100 Hz readings, even with the Dayton calibrated mic. But overall, it gives a working idea of how things are, and for a free app, you certainly can't think it's too expensive :)
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What's new

v 2.1:
- foce screen on option
- new font size
- new background color
- improvements

Coming soon:
- microphone calibration