Welcome to 100 Things You Didn’t Know About SoundCheck

In this video, Steve Temme, Listen’s founder and president, introduces our new video series ‘100 Things You Didn’t Know About SoundCheck’. This series of 100 videos highlights some of SoundCheck’s best-kept secrets – innovations, algorithms, analysis techniques and more that you may not know about.

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Video Script: Welcome to 100 Things You Didn’t Know About SoundCheck

Hello, my name is Steve Temme, founder and President of Listen, Inc. I’d like to introduce you to our new video series 100 Things You Didn’t Know About SoundCheck.

Since I started Listen back in 1995, our software-based audio measurement system, SoundCheck, has constantly evolved, expanding its capabilities with each new release. We’ve also introduced many hardware products to complement the software and meet increasingly complex test requirements.

The challenge of such a long history is that it’s hard to effectively share all of the vast functionality. I’ve lost count of the number of times customers have commented on some capability they’d love us to include, only for me to share with them that we have been able to do that since the 1990s or early 2000s! For example, I was recently asked whether we could offer a log chirp stimulus since one of our competitors recently implemented it. We’ve had it since 2001! – in fact we were the first commercial audio measurement systems to use it!

Anyway, that brings me to the purpose of this video series. Over the next one hundred short videos we’ll highlight some of SoundCheck’s best-kept secrets –  innovations, algorithms, analysis techniques and more that you may not know about. Some of these features have been around for decades, while others have been more recently added. Join us in this video series as we show you why sound measurements make sound products.