Mac OS Music
iAnalyzer is originally a FFT based professional software to analyze the audio signals for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, now we release this great App for the OS X.
After 4 years of good sales all over the world, we are glad to see that iAnalyzer has gradually become the industry standard in audio analyze field, due to it's very high quality of course. This is definitely a Must Have app for every musician or sound engineer.
-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, Octave and 1/3 Octave result display.
-Colored curve depend on the dB value.
-Flex FFT size, 4K, 8K, or 16K.
-Reference Pressure configurable.
-2D or 3D or Mix 2D&3D display.
-History result display while in 3D mode.
-High precision peak frequency computation(average-error < 0.1%).
-Auto peak frequency tracing, up to 3 peaks can be displayed simultaneously and each one be linked from text to the graph clearly.
-Frequency to music scale converter, you can use iAnalyzer as a professional instrument tuner, or to test if any sound is tuneful.
-Drag in the result area to use the measure line, bordered label means where is a peak.
-Current waveform display and summary waveform display.
-Record at any position and red color to mark the latest recording, unlimited recording time.
-Play back the recording.
-Oscope Auto-Scale: Enable you to view more details for low level signal.
-Peak Absorption: Find peak more easily while using measure line.
-Drag in the waveform area or Click on scroll bar to change the current position, iAnalyzer re-compute and update graph automatically. You can also change the position while playing.
How to Use:
-Left mouse drag in the result area to use the measure line.
-Right mouse drag in the result area to rotate the 3D graph.
-Drag in the summary waveform area to move the current position.
-Click on the scroll bar to re-seek the current position.
Fix the bug that the wav file can not be played by 3rd-party players.