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iAnalyzer Lite


iAnalyzer Lite
  • Publisher: Phyar Studio
  • Genre: Music
  • Released: 4 Jan, 2010
  • Size: 146.3 KB
  • Price: FREE!
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Description

iAnalyzer is a FFT based professional software to analyze the audio signal for iPhone and iPod Touch.
Features:
-High performance software design for Real Time Analyzing(RTA) and complex graph displaying.
-Works on 44K sample rate, 20~20k Hz frequency output.
-FFT spectrum and 3D Octave display.
-Colored curve depend on the dB value.
-Mix 2D&3D display.
-High precision peak frequency computation(average-error < 0.1%).
-Frequency to music scale converter, you can use iAnalyzer as a professional instrument tuner, or to test if any sound is tuneful.
-Touch in the result area to use the measure line, bordered label means where is a peak.
-Current waveform display and summary waveform display.
-Record the sound for 10 seconds.
-Play back the recording and review the result.
-Move in the waveform area or touch on the bottom of the area to change the current position, iAnalyzer re-compute and update graph automatically. You can also change the position while playing.

Note:
-The internal mic of iPhone first generation can only works on 8K sample rate, you need head-set to achieve 44k.
-For more information, Please visit http://phyar.cn .

How to Use:
-Touch and move in the result area with one finger to use the measure line.
-Touch and move in the result area with two fingers to rotate the 3D graph.
-Touch and move in the summary waveform area to move the current position.
-Tap in the scroll bar area to re-seek the current position.

Screenshots

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