Electroacoustics Toolbox 3.7
Quick to install signal analyzer with multi channel support
Like with many other OS X application, the Electroacoustics Toolbox installation procedure is reduced to a simple drag and drop to the Applications folder. Once you launch the utility, all you have to do is start a new project and make use of the built in tools.
The Electroacoustics Toolbox analysis tools enable you to examine the Dual FFT and FT audio signals, the meter bridge, the octave band, and the sound level. In addition, the app includes an oscilloscope, a signal generator, a spectrometer, a XY plotter, a noise dosimeter, and a room analyzer.
Record the audio signals and visualize the representations in real time due to the OpenGL accelerated graphics
The Electroacoustics Toolbox analysis tools are able to capture the audio signal recorded by various input sources and provides an extensive control over the output devices. Note that each measurement tool plots a graphic representation for the gathered information in real time.
Electroacoustics Toolbox includes support for multiple measurement units, such as Volts, Pascals, Amps, and so on. For your convenience, the data recorded by each project can be easy exported to ASCII or to MAT files: you get to import the data and perform further investigations via third party applications.
Versatile audio signal measurement tool and analyzer that has a modularized design
The audio signals captured by various hardware devices connected to your Mac can be easily measured and evaluated by using the plethora of Electroacoustics Toolbox utilities. Since Electroacoustics Toolbox comes with a modularized design, you will be able to quickly access the data captured by a certain tool, and find exactly what you need.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on December 3rd, 2014
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- The Octave Analyzer tool now supports sample rates of 88.2, 96, 176.4, and 192 kHz.
- Additional dB vertical scale factors (3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18) have been added to the FFT and DFFT analyzer tools.
- Preferred time and frequency weighting are properly applied when creating a new SLM tool. Also, changing the time or frequency weighting of a tool now works when the tool isn't running.
- Windows opened from a project (e.g. multiple SLM's or Octave analyzers) are no longer automatically cascaded after having their positions restored.
Application descriptionElectroacoustics Toolbox is an OS X multi-channel dynamic signal analyzer and data recorder that provides built-in too...