LED Spectrum Analysis FREE

A free spectrum analysis app for your iDevice. LED Audio Spectrum emulates a classic spectrum analyzer device. The app uses the iPhone’s microphone* to visualize music through colorful 2D graphics that bounce to the beat!

Feature Highlights:

  • High resolution color display with 24 LED arrays
  • High speed sampling for fluid, real-time graphics
  • Different color themes and display modes to choose from
  • Microphone sensitivity level control

LED Audio is compatible with iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. External microphone is required for older iPod touch models.

NOTE: This is the ad-supported free version of LED Audio Spectrum. The ad-free version is also available on the App Store!

* The app can visualize audio from built-in microphone or an external audio source. It can not access iPod music directly as this is not technically possible at present.


Arduini Real Time Spectrum Analyse

I couldn’t embed the video for some reason, but you can read the post here. Pretty amazing stuff considering the amount of RAM available in that chip.http://static.evernote.com/noteit.js http://aos-creative.prf.hn/creative/camref:ijvr/creativeref:302434/special:rotate

AUFX:PeakQ update brings real time FFT spectrum analyser and more

Here’s what’s new in AUFX:PeakQ:Real-time FFT spectrum analyzerInput selection: Left/Right/StereoRaise maximum Q value to 20.0Improve input/output level metersDisplay main level slider value in dBMinor user interface layout tweaksFix occasional scrolling bug on iPhoneCheck microphone permission on iOS7 in case user accidentally turned it offhttp://aos-creative.prf.hn/creative/camref:ijvr/creativeref:302434/special:rotate

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