This series of 3 short videos explains how to set up limits in SoundCheck from basic fixed and floating limits to advanced limits that use recalled curves and values from the memory list. Limits 1: The Basics Limits 2: Data Limits 3: Advanced
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Learn how to level-up your SoundCheck sequence using Custom Steps – LabVIEW VIs that can be used as steps in SoundCheck sequences to implement operations that cannot be done natively in SoundCheck. A selection of custom step templates built into SoundCheck accelerates the development of custom steps with examples that allow you to open and […]
There are many times when it is desirable to display multiple data sets on one graph – for example, testing multichannel devices, comparing devices, comparing measurements to the fundamental, comparing EQ curves, etc. In this short video, Steve Tatarunis demonstrates how to display multiple curves on one graph, both by simply dragging and dropping and […]
In this short video, Cam Ruffle-Deignan walks you through how to predict listener preference based on the Harman Target Curve. This free sequence (which can be downloaded here) can recall previously saved data as well as capture new data, making this a great ‘work from home’ project if you have previously saved measurement data on […]
Cam Ruffle-Deignan demonstrates batch processing and analysis – powerful tools that enable groups of waveforms (or other forms of data) to be processed with just one step, either in a sequence or offline.This simplifies the processing of large volumes of data in offline mode, and is useful in multi-channel test system sequences.
Devin Vaillancourt demonstrates both manual and automated ways to save data from SoundCheck to be used with other programs including Excel and Matlab. He also shows how to save waveforms as .WAV files which is an important tool for open loop testing.
Did you know that you can set your own color palette preferences for graphs and customize your SoundCheck desktop? Cam Ruffle-Deignan shows you how.
Need to collaborate on a project? Devin Vaillancourt shows you how to export a sequence (including one with dependent files) to share with a colleague.
Sometimes you may want to use your laptop at home to remotely run tests on your computer in your lab. You may need to adjust your audio signal paths to do this successfully. This short video shows you how.
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