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Armstrong sound level Meter
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Armstrong sound level Meter – This completely FREE app from Armstrong Ceilings and Walls measures the sound level in your interior space and recommends the proper ceiling/wall treatment for optimal acoustical comfort. This tool can help you diagnose acoustical issues or simply increase awareness of noise in your space. Real time, Log view, Maximum, and Average sound levels are displayed and recorded on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. The Sound Log keeps track of your measurements with audio recordings and the treatment recommendations. In addition, you have the option to send your results directly to an Armstrong TechLine acoustical expert who can help you select the best ceiling for your space.
RECORDINGS LOST BUT WHY?
by an App Store user 999 on 2018/11/03 19:26
I am looking forward to see if the 'Labeling' error has been fixed. Sound Level will not save the event under certain labeling conventions, though I do not have them all memorized, and they are not listed, hence I loose 1/3 of my recordings due to both Software error 1) of it not offering me another labeling opportunity, AND 2) Due to the App NOT STATING 'do not use unhyphenated names, over a certain quantity of characters, special characters like '@'. et cetera.
Very useful app
by Twrex02 on 2017/09/01 22:38
It will give you a live sound level reading like other apps. It will also tell you what is a "safe" level or what it compares to, like "this is how loud a flushing toilet is" (LOL). However, you have to record the sound with the app to show the sound level. So, you can't have the sound level run constantly. It runs for 30 seconds at a time and you don't have to save each recording. To save the sound byte you must assign it a "category" (which won't usually make sense but that's what it requires). You can also see a graphical view of recorded sounds. The best part: NO ADS!!
Very inaccurate
by Avbo on 2016/12/04 19:30
This sound level meter shows sound levels that are about 20 dB too high. There is an ability to calibrate, but you can only reduce the level by a maximum of 10 dB. I'm using the app on an iPhone SE. Maybe it's better with other model iPhones. But still there are other sound level meter apps that are far more accurate than this one is.
Reading too high
by CrazyDad59 on 2015/12/19 04:19
Recording decibels higher than they should be. Also tested with Mic covered up and it was still showing readings that should not be occurring. Recommend trying to find another app if there's a good one out there. Haven't found one yet.
Features to add?
by Pekkit on 2015/10/24 08:24
Would be great if there was no timer or allow the user to set a specific timer instead of 30 secs? Also would like a pause button as well ^_^. Thanks!
Easy to use; simple to understand
by Newrunnermom on 2015/01/07 18:51
Downloaded this app out of curiosity and couldn't believe just how noisy my office was - the acoustics are terrible. If you can't concentrate at work, it's probably too noisy. See for yourself.
Love this app
by Scfmom on 2015/01/07 18:45
Easy to use. I like that I can email directly to an expert for help if needed.
Features to add?
by Pekkit on 2015/10/24 08:24
Would be great if there was no timer or allow the user to set a specific timer instead of 30 secs? Also would like a pause button as well ^_^. Thanks!
Very useful app
by Twrex02 on 2017/09/01 22:38
It will give you a live sound level reading like other apps. It will also tell you what is a "safe" level or what it compares to, like "this is how loud a flushing toilet is" (LOL). However, you have to record the sound with the app to show the sound level. So, you can't have the sound level run constantly. It runs for 30 seconds at a time and you don't have to save each recording. To save the sound byte you must assign it a "category" (which won't usually make sense but that's what it requires). You can also see a graphical view of recorded sounds. The best part: NO ADS!!
RECORDINGS LOST BUT WHY?
by an App Store user 999 on 2018/11/03 19:26
I am looking forward to see if the 'Labeling' error has been fixed. Sound Level will not save the event under certain labeling conventions, though I do not have them all memorized, and they are not listed, hence I loose 1/3 of my recordings due to both Software error 1) of it not offering me another labeling opportunity, AND 2) Due to the App NOT STATING 'do not use unhyphenated names, over a certain quantity of characters, special characters like '@'. et cetera.
Easy to use; simple to understand
by Newrunnermom on 2015/01/07 18:51
Downloaded this app out of curiosity and couldn't believe just how noisy my office was - the acoustics are terrible. If you can't concentrate at work, it's probably too noisy. See for yourself.
Very inaccurate
by Avbo on 2016/12/04 19:30
This sound level meter shows sound levels that are about 20 dB too high. There is an ability to calibrate, but you can only reduce the level by a maximum of 10 dB. I'm using the app on an iPhone SE. Maybe it's better with other model iPhones. But still there are other sound level meter apps that are far more accurate than this one is.
Love this app
by Scfmom on 2015/01/07 18:45
Easy to use. I like that I can email directly to an expert for help if needed.
Reading too high
by CrazyDad59 on 2015/12/19 04:19
Recording decibels higher than they should be. Also tested with Mic covered up and it was still showing readings that should not be occurring. Recommend trying to find another app if there's a good one out there. Haven't found one yet.
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App name
Armstrong sound level Meter
Description
Armstrong sound level Meter – This completely FREE app from Armstrong Ceilings and Walls measures the sound level in your interior space and recommends the proper ceiling/wall treatment for optimal acoustical comfort. This tool can help you diagnose acoustical issues or simply increase awareness of noise in your space. Real time, Log view, Maximum, and Average sound levels are displayed and recorded on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. The Sound Log keeps track of your measurements with audio recordings and the treatment recommendations. In addition, you have the option to send your results directly to an Armstrong TechLine acoustical expert who can help you select the best ceiling for your space.
RECORDINGS LOST BUT WHY?
by an App Store user 999 on 2018/11/03 19:26
I am looking forward to see if the 'Labeling' error has been fixed. Sound Level will not save the event under certain labeling conventions, though I do not have them all memorized, and they are not listed, hence I loose 1/3 of my recordings due to both Software error 1) of it not offering me another labeling opportunity, AND 2) Due to the App NOT STATING 'do not use unhyphenated names, over a certain quantity of characters, special characters like '@'. et cetera.
Very useful app
by Twrex02 on 2017/09/01 22:38
It will give you a live sound level reading like other apps. It will also tell you what is a "safe" level or what it compares to, like "this is how loud a flushing toilet is" (LOL). However, you have to record the sound with the app to show the sound level. So, you can't have the sound level run constantly. It runs for 30 seconds at a time and you don't have to save each recording. To save the sound byte you must assign it a "category" (which won't usually make sense but that's what it requires). You can also see a graphical view of recorded sounds. The best part: NO ADS!!
Very inaccurate
by Avbo on 2016/12/04 19:30
This sound level meter shows sound levels that are about 20 dB too high. There is an ability to calibrate, but you can only reduce the level by a maximum of 10 dB. I'm using the app on an iPhone SE. Maybe it's better with other model iPhones. But still there are other sound level meter apps that are far more accurate than this one is.
Reading too high
by CrazyDad59 on 2015/12/19 04:19
Recording decibels higher than they should be. Also tested with Mic covered up and it was still showing readings that should not be occurring. Recommend trying to find another app if there's a good one out there. Haven't found one yet.
Features to add?
by Pekkit on 2015/10/24 08:24
Would be great if there was no timer or allow the user to set a specific timer instead of 30 secs? Also would like a pause button as well ^_^. Thanks!
Easy to use; simple to understand
by Newrunnermom on 2015/01/07 18:51
Downloaded this app out of curiosity and couldn't believe just how noisy my office was - the acoustics are terrible. If you can't concentrate at work, it's probably too noisy. See for yourself.
Love this app
by Scfmom on 2015/01/07 18:45
Easy to use. I like that I can email directly to an expert for help if needed.
Features to add?
by Pekkit on 2015/10/24 08:24
Would be great if there was no timer or allow the user to set a specific timer instead of 30 secs? Also would like a pause button as well ^_^. Thanks!
Very useful app
by Twrex02 on 2017/09/01 22:38
It will give you a live sound level reading like other apps. It will also tell you what is a "safe" level or what it compares to, like "this is how loud a flushing toilet is" (LOL). However, you have to record the sound with the app to show the sound level. So, you can't have the sound level run constantly. It runs for 30 seconds at a time and you don't have to save each recording. To save the sound byte you must assign it a "category" (which won't usually make sense but that's what it requires). You can also see a graphical view of recorded sounds. The best part: NO ADS!!
RECORDINGS LOST BUT WHY?
by an App Store user 999 on 2018/11/03 19:26
I am looking forward to see if the 'Labeling' error has been fixed. Sound Level will not save the event under certain labeling conventions, though I do not have them all memorized, and they are not listed, hence I loose 1/3 of my recordings due to both Software error 1) of it not offering me another labeling opportunity, AND 2) Due to the App NOT STATING 'do not use unhyphenated names, over a certain quantity of characters, special characters like '@'. et cetera.
Easy to use; simple to understand
by Newrunnermom on 2015/01/07 18:51
Downloaded this app out of curiosity and couldn't believe just how noisy my office was - the acoustics are terrible. If you can't concentrate at work, it's probably too noisy. See for yourself.
Very inaccurate
by Avbo on 2016/12/04 19:30
This sound level meter shows sound levels that are about 20 dB too high. There is an ability to calibrate, but you can only reduce the level by a maximum of 10 dB. I'm using the app on an iPhone SE. Maybe it's better with other model iPhones. But still there are other sound level meter apps that are far more accurate than this one is.
Love this app
by Scfmom on 2015/01/07 18:45
Easy to use. I like that I can email directly to an expert for help if needed.
Reading too high
by CrazyDad59 on 2015/12/19 04:19
Recording decibels higher than they should be. Also tested with Mic covered up and it was still showing readings that should not be occurring. Recommend trying to find another app if there's a good one out there. Haven't found one yet.
Rating Trends
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All Versions
3.5
8 total
 5
4
 4
1
 3
1
 2
0
 1
2
Current Version (1.8.2)
— total
Version History
More...