Following questions from some SoundCheck users who had watched #3 in this series (sequence optimization), Steve Tatarunis takes a look at the measurement confidence function in SoundCheck, and explains the trade-offs between speed and accuracy when choosing a step size to optimize your measurement.
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Anastassia Tolpygo demonstrates some neat features of virtual instruments that you may not have seen before. These enable you to make a quick distortion measurements, accurately measure frequencies at very high resolution, and plot and save curves over time using just the virtual instruments without the need for a sequence step.
The ability to quickly generate test sequences is one of the most powerful SoundCheck skills you can acquire. We are bringing a 2 hour basic sequence writing course to the comfort of your own home with our new online training. This 2 hour course is a condensed version of the basics of sequence writing from […]
Listen has expanded its software team with the hiring of 2 new engineers Josh Thibeault (left) and Dan Donato (right). Josh graduated from Tufts University in 2019 with a Bachelors Degree In Mechanical Engineering. While at Tufts, he played varsity football and was part of the Tufts Electric Race Team. Outside of work, Josh enjoys […]
In this short video, Steve Tatarunis takes a deeper dive into the Offline Statistics functionality in SoundCheck, demonstrating how you can run statistical analyses from home on data from your production facility or overseas contract manufacturer. No hardware required – just your computer with SoundCheck and some measured data!
This sequence demonstrates how SoundCheck’s Windowing post-processing function is applied to waveforms to remove measurement artifacts that might otherwise create false auto delay values and subsequent analysis errors. This sequence uses data from a customer who was measuring the directivity of a hearing aid-type device by mounting it on a rotating HATS and using a […]
What better way to perfect your data output options than when you have some uninterrupted SoundCheck time at home! SoundCheck saves data in many different user defined ways, and saving to Office apps such as Word and Excel is just one of them. Most people just use the default settings to create a quick visual […]
While you are working from home, optimize your SoundCheck sequences by tweaking your limits for optimum quality and yield. Devin Vaillancourt explains the different types of limits available (absolute, floating, aligned, and more), and once you have explored the different types, you can test out different limit configurations using saved data from products that you […]
Cam Ruffle-Deignan walks you through a demonstration of SoundMap, SoundCheck’s Time-Frequency analysis module, showing how Short Time Fourier Transform, CSD, Wigner Ville and Wavelet analyses can be used for detailed offline analysis of devices. Time-Frequency analysis methods are useful for impulse response analysis and detection of loose particles and Rub & Buzz in loudspeakers and […]
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we are not offering in-person group training classes. These will be resumed when regulations allow and there is the demand for it. In the meantime, we offer customized online training for groups of people from the same company, and can offer flexibility in timing, session length and schedule. Please […]