Waterloo, Ontario (September 6, 2013)—SuperMega UltraGroovy recently announced the availability of FuzzMeasure 3.3, an update to the company’s measurement package for OS X, offering an overhaul of its audio engine and improvements to the Waterfall plug-in.
FuzzMeasure is an audio and acoustic measurement tool for audio and live-sound professionals and offers a wide range of options for visualizing measurement results. While in use, the Fuzz Measure plays a swept sine wave signal to measure an impulse response that then yields Frequency Response, Phase Response, Waterfall and other graphs that explain the behavior of an acoustic space, a loudspeaker or audio components.
The audio engine improvements in FuzzMeasure 3.3 enables playback over multiple channels at once and the engine has been improved in such a way that audio delay values between measurements have been stabilized greatly. It has also improved comparisons between multiple records when not using automatic correction.
“FuzzMeasure 3.3. offers a much more stable measurement experience for users that were previously unable to work with a loopback cable due to hardware restrictions,” says Chris Liscio, founder, SuperMegaUltraGroovy, Inc.