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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.
You’re stuck working from home – so are we! Take advantage of this time to figure out how to do that thing you’ve always wanted to do in SoundCheck but didn’t know how. Our experts are here to help by phone, email and screenshare!
Les Quindipan reviews the new features in SoundCheck 18 – something that you can easily ‘play along with’ at home if you already have this version. (Hint: if you don’t have SoundCheck 18, you can request a demo version via our website. You won’t be able to actually make measurements, but you can explore the new functionality!)
Anastassia Tolpygo has joined Listen, Inc. as West Coast Sales Applications Engineer, based in the San Francisco Bay area and will be the main point of contact for our customers in California, Oregon, Washington and Nevada. She has a strong background in vibration and FFT analysis, having supported sales and applications for Crystal Instruments the past 5 years. Prior to that she held positions encompassing sales, technical support and QA in a variety of high-tech companies, including Plantronics and Sena. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics from UCSC. This expertise in mechanics and acoustics, combined with sales and applications experience enables her to truly understand and appreciate customer needs. Anastassia happens to be fluent in Russian and is keenly passionate about audio. Outside of work, she practices various types of dance, critiques music online and enjoys time with family.