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TrueRTA 's audio spectrum analyzer software shows you a detailed picture of what you're hearing in real-time, that is, as it happens. You can create your own professional measurement system starting with TrueRTA software on your PC. Then add the measurement microphone, preamp and USB interface of your choice. TrueRTA accurately tests audio systems using a Windows PC with basic sound capability. TrueRTA turns your PC into a powerful audio test system normally seen only in better audio research and design laboratories. TrueRTA runs under Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10.
The test instruments found in TrueRTA include.
High-Resolution Real Time Analyzer Low distortion Signal Generator Dual Trace Oscilloscope Digital Level Meter Crest Factor Meter.
Here are some of the things you can do with a real time analyzer.
High Resolution Audio Spectrum Analyzer.
TrueRTA 's audio spectrum analyzer software shows you a detailed picture of what you're hearing in real-time, that is, as it happens. The audio spectrum analyzer shows the changing spectrum of live input signals up to 48kHz (half the maximum sampling frequency). The size of the waveform sample is variable so that shorter samples can be used where a high frame rate is required, as in sampling live music. Longer samples provide increased low frequency resolution with the tradeoff of slower updates. The latter settings are appropriate for highly accurate frequency response measurements.
TrueRTA Self Test of an E-MU 0404 USB sound system, shown in Line Mode.
Some of the above applications require the use of the analyzer in combination with a test signal from the generator. Others (such as noise analysis or analyzing live or recorded music) require no test signal.
TrueRTA's Quick Sweep employs a short digitally generated sweep (chirp) to measure the frequency response of electronic and acoustical systems. Below is the measured response of an E-MU 0404 USB audio interface at 96 kHz sampling frequency.
TrueRTA Quick Sweep WITHOUT Sound Card Calibration (self test of E-MU 0404, dark gray background.
Below is TrueRTA with Sound System Calibration switched on. Note that the response of the sound card has been removed from the measurement so that a self test of the sound card now shows a flat response. The response of any system you now insert in the test loop can now be measured very precisely plus or minus .05 dB.
TrueRTA Quick Sweep WITH Sound Card Calibration (self test of E-MU 0404.
Below is a Quick Sweep measurement of a high pass filter created by inserting a 470 pF capacitor in the test loop. When loaded by the input impedance of the sound card the series capacitor forms a high pass filter with -3 dB frequency at around 300 Hz. Note the total absence of any sound card response error. Only the response of the actual filter is measured when sound card correction is employed.
TrueRTA Quick Sweep of a Highpass Filter (using sound card calibration, white background.