SoundCheck for the R&D Lab
Powerful and flexible, SoundCheck’s advanced measurement algorithms ensure ultimate accuracy, and test sequences make customization simple and fast. A wide range of data processing options, from simple arithmetic functions to waveform analysis, statistics, batch processing and time-frequency maps offer easy analysis, graphing, display and reporting on any measurements.
SoundCheck is powerful. It has a 25 year history of firsts in audio measurement, starting in 1995 with the concept of soundcard based measurement systems, through many specialized algorithms to 64 channel systems, perceptual distortion measurement, TIA standard tests and open loop testing for smart devices. Its cutting-edge measurement and analysis algorithms, advanced post processing capabilities, and powerful sequence editor enable even the most demanding tests to be carried out with ease.
SoundChecks flexibility, with both hardware and software, ensures that your system evolves with your test needs. SoundCheck has always been hardware-agnostic, operating with a wide variety of professional sound cards and audio interfaces, as well as microphones, power supplies, couplers, Head and Torso simulators, artificial ears and mouths and Bluetooth/MEMS interfaces from any manufacturer. This means that while Listen offers a full range of test hardware, you can also use hardware that you already own, minimizing the initial setup cost. Since the SoundCheck software is modular, it can be purchased as a preconfigured package, or custom-built from individual modules for your precise requirements and budget. It can always be upgraded or expanded with additional modules at any time, should your test needs change – whether that means adding extra channels, new hardware or additional software functionality.
Software-based Virtual Instruments (signal generator, multimeter, oscilloscope/spectrum analyzer, real time analyzer, frequency counter, and distortion meter) replace hardware laboratory instruments for quick real time measurements. They offer the added advantage that values displayed by these meters can be captured and used in test sequences. This minimizes space requirements, and means that you are never without an instrument that you need, even when working from home or traveling.
Simple test development
SoundCheck’s sequence editor enables rapid test development using a series of standard and custom steps which acquire, analyze, process and display the data. The point and click interface is simple to use. Sequences and subsequences can be saved, modified and re-used, and hardware configurations can be set and adjusted within a sequence. Advanced stimulus, analysis, post-processing and statistical options allow you to not only make all the measurements you need but also calculate any parameters arising from these within SoundCheck; virtually any complex mathematical analysis can be programmed. A variety of export options (including Excel, Word and Matlab) expand options for reports, data management and further analysis. Sequence templates, which can be easily modified for individual requirements, are included to reduce setup and configuration time.