RightMark Audio Analyzer 6.4.0
Independent audio measurements open-source project
In order to test the audio devices, the program uses frequency analysis algorithms. It can perform both playback and recording tests for the PC sound card or other audio equipment, thus detecting possible output distortions.
All the playback or recording devices are automatically detected by RightMark Audio Analyzer and displayed in a drop-down menu, allowing you to choose the item you want to test, as well as the sampling modes (rate and capacity).
The main interface bundles all the configuration options and the test lists. Before playing the test signals, you can choose to normalize them, in order to eliminate different signal levels.
There are several tests that you can perform. Frequency response and total harmonic distortion allow speaker system testing, but you also have tests for your system subwoofer and other devices. Thus, you can run an intermodulation distortion test, crosstalk measurement (suitable for testing the stereo quality of mobile phones) or the swept frequencies test.
After all testing is complete you can view the values of all the selected parameters in the 'Test results' window. One advantage is that you can load test results for multiple devices, which allows you to compare them. Furthermore, each set of results can be viewed and analyzed using spectral graphs.
The program also features a FFT frequency analyzer, which you can use to view the spectrum of a WAV file at a linear scale.
RightMark Audio Analyzer is capable of analyzing, playing and recording test signals to determine determine the signal quality of any device. The tests it performs ensure that you get the best audio signal from any audio equipment.
Reviewed by Mihaela Citea, last updated on March 26th, 2014
RightMark Audio Analyzer
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What's New in This Release:
- new 352 and 384 kHz modes are supported
- new dB scale mode: equivalent total RMS for white noise
Application descriptionRightMark Audio Analyzer is designed for testing quality of analog and digital paths of any audio devices, be it a sou...