noiseLAB 4 Power User Course: April 7, 2017

This half-day course will quickly move you from being a beginner to a power user that works efficiently and confidently with noiseLAB.  We show how you can go from calibration to report ready results in less than three minutes.

And if you are an experienced user of noiseLAB, you may be surprised that you may learn many new tips and tricks to make you even more skilled.

  • Shortcuts to speed up your work.
  • Graph use:
    • Advanced  auto scaling,  how to prevent “jumpy” graphs
    • Manual axis setting
    • Cursor grabbing, setting and finding.
    • Graph Size and background color
    • Peak or Valley search
  • High speed editing
    • Choosing channels to clip or exclude
    • Full Screen editing
    • User-defined channels to clip
    • Automatic naming with user-defined templates.
    • Renaming of Recordings and Clips
    • Changing of Time Stamps.
    • Adjusting the duration of clips
    • Clip padding before start and end.
    • Understanding mother-child relationships for Recordings and Clips
  • Calibration
    • “Live” calibration using acoustic calibrator
    • Calibration by “stealing” a known calibration tone value.
    • Calibration by manual entry.
    • Verifying quality of acoustic calibrator
      • Frequency and Amplitude stability
      • Distortion
  • Understanding the “Preview” Graph
    • Functions shown
    • Overload indication
    • Relationship to Clips and Recordings
  • Analysis types
    • Weighting network used
    • Parallel analysis results
    • Performance considerations: How noiseLAB shows you the processing metrics
  • FFT Spectrum
    • What is the allowable block size?
    • Zoom vs. 0.1 Hz maximum resolution
    • Export of FFT to Excel
    • Window choice
  • Octave Analysis
    • 1/1 to 1/24 octave
    • Settling time of filters:
      • How is this indicated
      • What considerations must I take for short Clips.
  • Sound Level
    • Parallel measurements
    • Why noiseLAB often is more accurate that your sound level meters.
  • Wave file import and export
    • Sampling frequencies
    • How to calibrate
    • Maintaining calibration for Exported .wav files.
  • Batch Processor
    • Differences to noiseLAB Capture
    • Time and Frequency Slice analysis
    • Graph exports with documentation: Easy to put in report.
  • Overview of Advanced Topics
    • Tone Analysis
    • Impulse Analysis
    • Sound Quality
    • Vibration Measurements

Course Date: Friday April 7, Aarhus, Denmark. 10.00-14.30

Price per person:  2500 DKK

Course Language: English or Danish depending on course participants

Registration: Send e-mail to Carsten Thomsen or contact at +45 40 82 77 72.

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