MRsound011's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
I was hesitant to buy this app, thinking there was no way it could be remotely accurate. But since it was ten bucks, I figured it must be somewhat professional. So, I bought it, played with it a little, and then tested it against my analysis rig. I use smaart v.6 with a sound devices usbpre and an audix tr40a mic. I set up my rig and tested this app against it and was blown away by the results! It's very accurate considering the hardware it uses, and is a great app to have as a pocket rta. It's not as accurate or in-depth as smaart, but it's handy and is less than 1/100th the cost of my setup (not including the computer required to use it.) Overall, a great product. I have since bought studio six's tone gen and polarity check and am pleased with them as well.
Haa tech's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
A few months ago this app was updated to compensate for the iPhone's microphone not being able to register the 20Hz - 35Hz range. Since that update (including this last update) the app has way over compensated in that area. I would like to use this app and trust it, but as of now, it's too hard to tell whats accurate when there is constantly a curve upward from 35Hz to 20Hz. It's a better app with the mic's natural roll off. Please fix the compensation or return it to how it used to be. PLEASE!
Ortish's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
This does not work as well as I hoped. What a waste of ten bucks. I wishbthere was a lite version of this I could have tried first.
jdub00769's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
When will this work again? It was great with iOS 6 and before. All it does now is freeze when it is opened.
Smartest1ever's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
I liked it more before the last update. Now 30% of the screen is being used for unnecessary toolbars and buttons. The iPhone display isn't exactly large to begin with. Looking into other apps now unfortunately...
smaugthewyrm's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
this app combined with the switcheasy 'thumbtack' microphone makes a very, very accurate method of tuning in your car stereo. when results are compared to an expensive audiocontrol RTA, the margin of diff. is negligible. i highly recommend this app. btw, the microphone sold by this company is also excellent, and an even better match then the above mentioned mic.
Treeman5's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
Title says it all - works well, easy to use and self-explanatory. This should be on every sound engineer's phone!
Msandel's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
I calibrated a rig of 6 jbl Vertec 88's and 4 80's per side, driven by Lake. And then compared it with a reading from my DBX rta mic. And I must say I was very surprised. It did pretty good. It does lack response above about 12k and below about 40hz. But with the externel mice coming in February. It will be an awsome thing to have
dBNick's Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
Nice. But would be even more useful with NC and NR curves as well.
I'm a freakin' App junkie!'s Review of RtaReviewed on 12/17/18 12:21 PM
Extremely handy tool for the audio folks, an RTA in your pocket. iPhone is somewhat limiting at a mere 105dB max and noisefloor of 28dB on my phone but for most basic quick tweaks, this will do the job. Of course if you get a real mic, this app is priceless. So Nathan and Luke, stop reading this and buy it already :)