IOScope 2 can now export normalized impulse response data to AIF, CAF, or WAV audio files. On iOS 5, or later, audio files can be previewed with IOScope or opened with other apps on the same device that can open these file formats. Of course, IOScope also allows for audio files to be transferred to a Mac or PC via iTunes File Sharing, or downloaded with a web browser via the built-in HTTP file server.
What's new in version 2.1?
- Impulse responses can now be exported to AIFF, CAF, or WAV audio files. On iOS 5, audio files can be previewed within IOScope, or opened in other apps that support these file formats.
- Frequency and time domain data can now be exported to CSV files, in addition to MAT-files and tab-delimited text files. CSV files can be opened directly in Numbers, or other spreadsheet apps that support it, from within IOScope.
- The Excitation (signal generator) tab now supports the same color schemes as the analysis tools.
- Other cosmetic improvements have been made to the user interface.
IOScope 2.1 requires iOS 4 or later, and is now available for download on the App Store for $74.99 (USD) in the Utilities category.