Adjustable speed, FFT window size, and sensitivity.
Supports all orientations.
Smoothest scrolling spectrum waterfall.
Logarithmic or Linear frequency axis.
Optional frequency and time labels.
Discover images hidden in music.
"Amazingly Simple and Fascinating."
Amazingly Simple and Fascinating.
I use spectrograms at work and this implementation is very clean and hardy. I've been tapping glasses, whistling, singing, and seeing if it makes a workable lie detector since getting it.
Birder and naturalist
I also use this program for studying bird and insect sounds. It was already extremely good before this update. Now on an iPad it looks so beautiful that I am trying to figure out a way to carry one conveniently in the field along with my iPhone.
Analyzed Guitar Audio.
A remarkable application. I have used it in a variety of audio environments and was pleased with the resulting displays. The manual gain worked well to adapt to quieter and louder environments. I particularly liked when it analyzed the output of my guitars. I could see the single note I played plus it's harmonics.
Grants a new appreciation for the world.
I took my sense of hearing for granted before using this app. Being a very visually-oriented person, I've found that the world has become much more interesting now that I can conveniently visualize sounds.
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