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Has anyone used their audio measurement software or Mics? What do you think?

http://www.studiosixdigital.com/

The iTestMic works directly with an ipad or iphone.

http://www.studiosixdigital.com/itestmic/itestmic.html

They also sell a separate Mic Preamp iAudiointerface2 that has an optical out.

http://www.studiosixdigital.com/iaudiointerface2/

Here is a comparison of their iTestMic and iAudiointerface2?
http://www.studiosixdigital.com/itestmic/itestmic-or-iaudiointerface.html

Is the iAudioInterfac2 worth it over the iTestMic?

They have told me that a waterfall graph is in the works and soon coming to their software.
 

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I've used the iAudiointerface2 and found it to work quite well. Haven't tried the iTestMic. The in-app purchases can start to add up depending on what you want to measure.

With an actual calibrator and corresponding mic you can get measurements that agree quite well with a real sound level meter. The software seems pretty solid and it really depends what you are trying to accomplish.

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Thanks for your input Pat.

Some of the things that I will be using it for or am interested in are:
-Waterfall plots
-Frequency measurements, RTA graph
-Convenience (quick hook up to an iPad and upgrades are somewhat convenient features)
-Sub measurement mainly but other speakers too

If you look at the difference between the iTestMic and iAudiointerface2 it says that the iAudiointerface2 has following extra items:
1. Generates 5.1/6.1 test signals (I guess via the optical out) - Not sure what extra this really provides. I think the standard 2 channel outputs is fine
2. Line Level testing - not sure if I am missing much here
3. Transfer Function - again not sure if I am missing much here either.
 
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