FuzzMeasure
FuzzMeasure
4.2.2

4.0

FuzzMeasure free download for Mac

FuzzMeasure

4.2.2
04 June 2019

Measure/graph frequency response of speakers and more.

Overview

FuzzMeasure is an audio and acoustical measurement application you use to perform, analyze, and produce visually stunning graphs of your measurements. Using FuzzMeasure's tools, you can easily gather measurements of a home theater system, recording studio, stage, auditorium, raw loudspeaker components, and more.

FuzzMeasure Pro's design makes a highly complex tool very easy to use. Whether you use FuzzMeasure as a hobbyist, or you work in the acoustics or audio field, you will appreciate the work that went into making it easier to get your work done. Download a copy and try it out for yourself!

What's new in FuzzMeasure

Version 4.2.2:
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2 FuzzMeasure Reviews

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david dlugos
01 May 2005

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What can i say... DIY speaker builders using the Mac have been waiting for something like Fuzzmeasure for a long time. Already -- the software is still young with a minimum of features -- it offers functionality at least as good as the usual PC suspects, but with a UI & quality of output we expect from a piece of Macintosh software. The developer is committed to making a quality product and is driven by his own interest in DIY much more than any interest in this being a way to make a living. I use this almost everyday -- i was just commenting to my wife today that i didn't have sound on my G4 because my interface box was always connected (i need to add a switch and anther plug to my interface box -- housed in an old 400k floppy case -- to allow me to switch to my speakers. This software is very compelling, and if Chris even gets a fraction of the features on the wish list done, this software alone will be a reason for speaker builders -- amateur & pro -- to switch to OS X. david dlugos http://www.t-linespeakers.org/
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Version 1.2
Wgscott
19 September 2013
It forces you to play the test signal rather loud, compared to similar software like Dirac room correction. It blew out one of my tweeters. Fortunately Bowers and Wilkins has covered it under their warranty. However, this should probably be addressed in future releases. The interface is really first-rate and easy to use. What would make this ideal would be the ability to export an AU plugin for use in software like Audirvana or iTunes or other Apple OS X players. I would be willing to pay an extra $100 for such a feature.
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Version 3.3
david dlugos
01 May 2005
What can i say... DIY speaker builders using the Mac have been waiting for something like Fuzzmeasure for a long time. Already -- the software is still young with a minimum of features -- it offers functionality at least as good as the usual PC suspects, but with a UI & quality of output we expect from a piece of Macintosh software. The developer is committed to making a quality product and is driven by his own interest in DIY much more than any interest in this being a way to make a living. I use this almost everyday -- i was just commenting to my wife today that i didn't have sound on my G4 because my interface box was always connected (i need to add a switch and anther plug to my interface box -- housed in an old 400k floppy case -- to allow me to switch to my speakers. This software is very compelling, and if Chris even gets a fraction of the features on the wish list done, this software alone will be a reason for speaker builders -- amateur & pro -- to switch to OS X. david dlugos http://www.t-linespeakers.org/
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Version 1.2
$99.99

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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