noiseLAB Advanced User Course

noiseLAB: Advanced Users Course

November 13 (Hørsholm)

November 16 (Aarhus)

November 17 (Odense)

noiseLAB 4.0 has more than meets the eye. Under its deceptively simple user interfaces you will find surprising power.

  • Understanding the noiseLAB Architecture–and its benefits
    • Architecture
    • Work flow
    • Data formats
  • Work Faster
    • Faster Import, Calibration, Editing and analysis.
    • Short cuts, tips and tricks.
    • Parallel processing. Getting the most from your PC.
  • Achieve higher quality
    • Scrubbing, listening, and auditing.
    • Editing: Advantages and pitfalls.
    • Documentation: Completeness and consistency.
    • Achieving confidence/re-working of results.
    • Calibration
  • Choosing and using the right hardware:
    • Hard Disk (Flash Recorders), Sound Level Meters, or PCs with digitzer front end.
      • Advantages/disadvantages
      • Traceability/Risk
      • Documenting your work in the field.
      • Calibration: also with variable gain.
    • Microphones and Calibrators.
    • Difference between manufacturers “accuracy”. Things to watch out for.
    • Documentation and best practices.
    • Wireless front ends.
    • Standards conformance of PC Based systems: IEC requirements.
    • Tips for optimizing dynamic range, accuracy and preventing overload/underrange.
  • Auditing and editing your signals.
    • Validating your calibration
    • Tracking gain changes
    • Pre-filtering of Recordings
  • Analysis Functions in depth
    • 1/N octave: Settling times, filter shapes, center frequencies, time slices.
    • Sound Level Functions: Fast, Slow, Peak, Impulse, statistics.
    • FFT: Line spacing, FFT Blocks sizes, weighting functions, time slices and overlap.
    • Time and frequency slices.
    • Tone Analysis: IEC and Danish methods
    • Nordic Impulse Method
    • Sound Quality metrics
    • Vibration Analysis
      • Calibration
      • Analysis types and units.
  • Resulsts and report generation
    • Division of tasks between noiseLAB and Microsoft Office.
    • Data export to Excel and Word of Results Tables and Graphs.
    • Export of Time Slice Graphs.
  • Data import of raw signals, FFT Spectra and noiseLAB 3 projects.
  • Data management, storage, and backup: best practices.
  • The secrets of the TDMS file format and how you can use it.
  • Optimizing performance.
  • Platform issues, IT department cooperation
  • Tips and tricks: Bring your own three best tips and tricks or applications.
  • Common mistakes! Bring your own experiences and share!
  • Product Support, upgrade and licensing policies.
  • Product round table: Questions, suggestions for new functions.

Location and Registration

Click on one of the following locations to sign up for the course:

DELTA Corporate Headquarters, Hørsholm, Denmark.

Friday November 13: 10.00 to 15.00

Århus: DELTA Offices

Monday November 16: 10.00 to 15.00

Odense: DELTA Offices

Tuesday November 17: 10.00 to 15.00

Price per participant: DKK 2900 including lunch.

Invitation noiseLAB Advanced Users Course

Course Language: Danish or English depending on participants.

Discounts: Paid participants will receive a 1000 DKK discount on as follows:

  • upgrades between editions (for example from Standard to Professional)
  • upgrades to a new major version. (from 4.0 to Version 5).
  • New purchase of noiseLAB.
  • Second (and third etc.) user License (which has a list price of 50% of the first license) will also be discounted by 1000 DKK.  Discounts only valid for purchases made in 2015.


Carsten Thomsen 40 82 77 72

noiseLAB: Work Fast, Work smart.

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