A fork of audio-analyzer-for-android in Google code, with a lot of enhancement.
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A fork of Audio spectrum Analyzer for Android (See README.old for its original readme)
This software shows the frequency components' magnitude distribution (called spectrum) of the sound heard by your cell phone. Can be used to help tuning musical instrument or tone in singing, (tentative) measure environmental noise and sound revent education or experiments.
You can install this app through Google Play Store: Audio Spectrum Analyzer. Comments are welcome.
This software, Audio Spectrum Analyzer for Android, is released under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
Permissions: * Microphone, of course. * External storage (e.g MicroSD card), if you want to record the sound.
git clonethen open it use Android Studio. Install the SDK platform if requested (e.g. rev 116 needs API level 20), or tune the
compileSdkVersionto the value that fits your needs.
The whole program structure is roughly follows the MVC model:
AnalyzerActivity.java is the controler, as the main activity, it receives user inputs and system events, then sent corresponding commands to views or sampling and analyzing procedures.
AnalyzerViews.java is the view in MVC. It is used to manage (initialization, display, refresh) UI texts, buttons, dialogs and graphics. AnalyzerGraphic.java is a main sub-view which manage display of spectrum(SpectrumPlot.java) and spectrogram(SpectrogramPlot.java).
SamplingLoop.java is more or less the "model" part. It performs the sampling and FFT analysis, and inform the graphics update.
The data process loop is located in
run()in SamplingLoop.java (after commit c9e430b (Feb 06, 2017), but basicly this process didn't change since the initial commit), as well as the trigger of graphics refresh.
In every loop of
while (isRunning), it reads a chunk of audio samples by
record.read(audioSamples, 0, readChunkSize);
, then "stream" it to
which calculates RMS and FFT whenever enough data is collected. The view is then informed through
which ultimately calls
invalidate()of the graphic view to request an update, then the
AnalyzerGraphic.onDraw(Canvas c)will be called automatically.
The code Audio spectrum Analyzer for Android gives me a good starting point, for learning Java and write this software (that I desired long ago).