|Jul 10, 2009, 04:54 PM||#1|
Inexpensive tone generator and phase scope?
I'm at a conference at the moment looking at the acoustics of violins. We have a setup here that consists of a tone generator hooked up to the violin and a Tektronix oscilloscope hooked up to a mic to look at the phase difference between the input and output signal of the violin. I'm wondering if there's a digital tone generator and oscilloscope (or x/y phase plot) that will let me look at the phase of the "line-out" and "line-in" signals simultaneously. Bonus if it's a piece of software that doesn't cost several hundred dollars- I'm a poor college student!
|Jul 10, 2009, 06:48 PM||#3|
I guess my original post was too long... sorry.
I don't just need a tone generator. I need an oscilloscope with a built-in tone generator that can simultaneously look at the output (speaker) and the "mic in" signal.
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