AudioTest
AudioTest 2.1.1
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AudioTest generates audio test signals and can save audio test signals as audio files.
  • Wave types: Sine wave, Triangle wave, Sawtooth wave, Square wave, Pulse wave, Anti-aliased Sawtooth wave, Anti-aliased Square wave, Anti-aliased Pulse wave, White noise, Pink noise, Brown noise, and Gaussian noise.
  • Frequency: fixed, linear sweep, and logarithmic sweep.
  • Level: fixed, linear sweep, and logarithmic sweep.
  • Phase shift: ±180 degrees.
  • Sample rates: 11.025k, 22.05k, 32k, 44.1k, 48k, 88.2k, 96k, 176.4k, and 192k.
  • Bit depths:
What's New
Version 2.1.1:
  • Fixed a crash bug when there are duplicate audio-device names.
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6.6 or later



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ver. 2.x:
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Marcusaurelius reviewed on 06 Apr 2012
Handy little utility. This $15 app plus the cost of a headphone connector saves me having to shell out $50 for a hardware toner with fewer features and which I would only use occasionally.
[Version 1.12]


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Brian-Kendig commented on 30 Aug 2006
Works just fine for generating test tones, and there are lots of options to play with. I don't know what the limitations of the unregistered version are.
[Version 1.11]


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Katsura Shareware (developer) commented on 09 Dec 2005
the old registration code before AudioTest 1.6 no longer works on AudioTest 1.6 or later. please contact me for the upgrade info. -author
[Version 1.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 14 Jul 2005
This version requires an update to your registration code. I do not know if any cost is required...yet. If you do not have an older version backup, do not install until you have the upgrade code.
[Version 1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Mar 2004
Please add tone bursts and 1/3-octave warble tones, very common for loudspeaker and listening room tests. You can see this site for a discussion of tone burst: Linkwitz - Toneburst Test Signals.
[Version 0.8]


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Anonymous reviewed on 25 Feb 2004
NOTE: the output level in AudioTest is a peak level, not an average level.
[Version 0.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 28 Dec 2003
Works....
The only thing I'd do is limit the frequency to 20Hz....with a warning if you want to go below that with speakers attached. Some amps like my Crown will go below 20Hz...if the amplitude is high enough....you could have cones in your lap. Anything other than Sine couls cause damage to the voice coils if the amp passes a square wave.
Also...when pink or white noise is selected....the level should be reset to a nominal or a warning displayed when play is clicked to check levels...again for saftey sake.
[Version 0.5]


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Downloads:10,647
Version Downloads:159
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Commercial
Date:15 Aug 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $4.99
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AudioTest generates audio test signals and can save audio test signals as audio files.
  • Wave types: Sine wave, Triangle wave, Sawtooth wave, Square wave, Pulse wave, Anti-aliased Sawtooth wave, Anti-aliased Square wave, Anti-aliased Pulse wave, White noise, Pink noise, Brown noise, and Gaussian noise.
  • Frequency: fixed, linear sweep, and logarithmic sweep.
  • Level: fixed, linear sweep, and logarithmic sweep.
  • Phase shift: ±180 degrees.
  • Sample rates: 11.025k, 22.05k, 32k, 44.1k, 48k, 88.2k, 96k, 176.4k, and 192k.
  • Bit depths: 8-bit, 16-bit, 24-bit integers, and 32-bit float.
  • Channels: mono, stereo, left, and right.
  • Level meter: peak, RMS (root-mean-square), and average.
  • Scroll Wheel support with text fields and sliders.
  • Keyboard Shortcuts for various parameters.
  • Undo/Redo support for parameter changes.
  • AppleScript scripting.


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