Tips on how to get the best audio quality for a webinar. Key components include a great headset with noise-cancellation, a feature-laden hosting platform and a quiet place to work.
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There are a lot of different A/V toolkit applications developed for the Android market that address just about every A/V need. From lighting to audio, and everything in between, you can guess they have an app for that. However, there are also a lot of apps that are fine-tuned for a specific purpose. Whether you are measuring a throw distance for a specific brand of projectors or trying to measure the decibel output of a newly staged speaker system, purpose-specific apps are out there and most of them are very accurate. The following slideshow contains pro Android audio apps for SPL reference and audio spectrum analysis.
App developers have found a way around not having a microphone on hand with mobile utilities specifically designed to turn your smart device into a functional microphone. Mic to speaker routing apps offer you the ability to control your device’s built-in mic as a impromptu microphone–giving you the option to create line-level signals with a device that is not necessarily created for that purpose. Great microphone apps offer full control over the sample rate, the EQ levels and other mission critical settings already found in the make up of conventional microphones.
Acoustical calculators and reference apps allow your mobile device to become a convenient utility for calculating the physics of your space’s acoustics. Check out apps from developers like Sebastian Rivas, Sparkle Solutions, Al Ayyoub, V PUGAZHENTHI, Gabriel Moreno Ibarra and acoustassist Ltd. for Android and iOS devices.
More recommended! Audiophiles are never satisfied with good enough sound quality for their music. And I agree. This collection of highly rated apps is being continually updated as audiophiles send in their favorites. Get the best sound from your Apple iOS or Andriod smartphone or tablet mobile device. For example, most people in the A/V industry and audiophiles know McIntosh Labs for outstanding products. They have also developed an app to give you control of your mobile music. Check out the others as well.
The thoroughness of desktop DAW’s meets the convenience of mobile compatibility. Check out mobile digital workstations like Cubasis, TouchDAW, NanoStudio, FL Studio Mobile HD, Auria, Audio Evolution Mobile and V-Control Pro.
Music apps for the Mac and PC. From a simple 10-band equalizer made for Spotify to a simple volume booster to full-on audiophile applications that tout bit-perfect audio output and promise to output your CDs, your HD audio (88.1 KHz, 176 KHz, and more), your DSD, and any other audio perfectly to your DAC. And how about that dithered bit depth reduction!
The best Android-only collection of pro AV audio apps. SPL apps are great for tuning speaker systems, reading levels even documenting audience experience. Digital Audio Workstations make on the job recording sound great and allow you to document installations to the best of you ability with their myriad of mixing options. Check out the apps from Electron Chaos, Smart Tools Co., RadonSoft, humatic, eXtream Software Development, Moonblink, Audia Sound, idroidbot and NFX Development.
From analog synths to digital recording suites, the luxury of mobile music creation apps lets you create music no matter where you are. These apps are designed for the avid musician and the musical novice alike. Easy to use, robust and just plain cool, these mobile music creation apps are must for anyone who is looking for a little more engagement in their free time.
Don’t just rely on your ear, use these smartphone apps to check audio levels for audio analysis.