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SignalScope Pro / Re: Signal Scope and Mic W for iPhone
« on: July 26, 2011, 06:46:18 AM »
The MicW i436 looks like a great mic, but it will still be limited by the high pass filter the iPhone applies to the headset input. The iOS is responsible for selecting the current input device, but you might want to see that you have "Prefer Speaker Output" switched off in SignalScope's device settings screen.

I tried but it change nothing, I'm afraid that it's Hardware. Is there another solution to plug a mic to the iPhone 4 (via Dock connector) ?



SignalScope Pro / Signal Scope and Mic W for iPhone
« on: July 01, 2011, 03:40:04 AM »
I've just bought the microphone Mic W i436 for iPhone to use it with Signal Scope. It seems that it is not recognized with my iPhone 4 but it is with my wife's iPhone 3GS.

Is it just only software or Hardware ? Any update planned for this ?

Thanks for your answer.


(From Paris)

SignalScope / Spectrum display
« on: October 04, 2008, 07:30:53 AM »
Hello everyone,
First of all, thanks for this wonderful apps for iPhone.
I'm working in a french mixing studio for television and film. (and sorry for my english)
We try SignalScope, because it could help us to have an eye on our monitor's eq.
(We have an iso x curve eq)
Here's are the stuffs that we missed in Signalscope :
1- Is it possible to have a relative mode on the vertical axis. We set a Odb wherever we want (for exemple -40dB and it calculate automatically the relative values.
2- Can we have a ghost of the iso x curve on screen ? We just have to match the two curves.
I think that it could be very useful.

See the picture for exemple :

And 3- What is the mode which smooths most the curve ?

Thanks a lot for listening me. :wink:

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