RightMark Audio Analyzer

RightMark Audio Analyzer 6.2.4

Test analogue and digital audio paths

RightMark Audio Analyzer (RMAA) is designed for testing the quality of analog and digital paths of any audio device whether it's a sound card, an MP3 player, a CD/DVD player or acoustic instrument. View full description

PROS

  • Simple to use interface
  • Tests several different audio aspects at once

CONS

  • Only useful for those requiring advanced technical audio analysis
  • Doesn't provide much help in interpreting results

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RightMark Audio Analyzer (RMAA) is designed for testing the quality of analog and digital paths of any audio device whether it's a sound card, an MP3 player, a CD/DVD player or acoustic instrument.

RightMark Audio Analyzer works by playing and recording test signals using a sequence of algorithms. It's designed as a cheap but functional replacement for those unable to spend thousands of dollars on professional audio measuring equipment. This means that it's really only of real use that need highly detailed technical readouts on the quality of their audio outputs.

However, even if you are unfamiliar with testing audio paths, RightMark Audio Analyzer makes it pretty straightforward with a simple interface that makes testing possible in a few clicks and analyzing monitors easy to view although the data won't mean anything to you unless you understand how audio spectrums work. By checking and unchecking boxes such as "Noise Level" and "Dynamic Range" you can select the various parameters that it scans.

RightMark Audio Analyzer is an excellent substitute for those that can't afford expensive frequency testing equipment and need to measure a range of audio spectrums.

Changes

  • some tests work faster now;
  • PRO version: new Speed-Quality switch;
  • PRO version: selected ASIO channels are saved in registry now.
RightMark Audio Analyzer

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RightMark Audio Analyzer 6.2.4