SuperMegaUltraGroovy updates FuzzMeasure
SuperMegaUltraGroovy fully revamped their FuzzMeasure acoustic and audio analysis software for Mac and introduce its 4th generation.
FuzzMeasure meters and analyzes audio and acoustic data and renders the results in graphs on Mac OS X (version 4 requires Yosemite). It is designed for anyone who works or is interested in acoustics, live sound, studio design and pro audio.
The newly-released version 4 features a brand new graph system optimized for Retina displays, that gives you the ability to see and save various combinations of graphs within a single document. FuzzMeasure 4 offers a new Waterfall look with FFT length control during the calculations. You’ll also new graphs for the Reverb Time (RT60) and Early Decay Time (EDT), three Clarity C30, C50 and C80 as well as a Definition D50.
Graph export has also been improved, you can now publish the results to the web in high definition.
Other new features include document templates availability, impulse response display with their “negative time data”, image export in PDF format, dBFS value display prior to the calibration in the level meter, AppleScript support for graph data export (comparison, average…), reverb time and impulses to WAV and AIF ; ability to filter the Energy Decay curve (Schroeder) per octave and third-octave bands, a new microphone calibration tool with recordings that can be linked to the input channels, improved graphs for harmonic distortion, clipping detection during measurement and more.
FuzzMeasure 4 is available in two editions: single users and non professionals will pay $99.99, while professionals, companies and organizations can purchase a license for $499.99. A trial version is available for download from supermegaultragroovy.com.
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