Sound level meters are wonderful tools to use for acoustic measurements in many settings. They can tell you how quiet your studio is or how loud a rock concert gets. Thanks to these decibel meter iPhone apps, you can use your smartphone to measure sound levels around you:
SPLnFFT Noise Meter: a sound level meter iPhone app with a frequency analyzer, meter, dosimeter, and other advanced features. It provides peak, L10, L95, taktmaximal, frequency analysis, histogram, and other useful measurements.
Decibel X PRO: a dBA noises meter with ITU-R 468, A, B, C, Z filters that turns your device into a professional noise meter. It also has an Apple Watch interface to show noise level on your wrist. You can export recordings in CSV format or as a PNG graph.
dB meter: measures SPL level/noise and provides you with peak and average levels. You can save settlements and view data on a histogram.
NIOSH Sound Level Meter: has an accuracy of +/- 2dBA. It provides important data points such as LAeq and TWA, max and peak levels. It can calibrate to either internal or external microphones.
Decibel Meter Master: a simple noise meter app that measures sound level and lets you know when you are being too quiet or loud.
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