Audio Visual Production

Decibel 10 turns your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch into a professional sound meter, precisely measures the sound pressure level all around you. This extremely useful and beautiful tool will not only be a great tool for many uses but also bring you a lot of fun. Have you wondered how quiet is your room or how loud is a rock concert or sport event? Decibel 10 will help you answer all those right now.

More info and measuring apps on their site or download dB10 from iTunes.

Pocket LightMeter A light meter that is always in your pocket. It is indispensable for film photography with all manual camera. Measures reflected light, and allows reciprocity calculations. Special features include the spot meter function to expose specific areas and the HOLD button which freezes the screen so you won’t lose your settings.

Read a full review here or download from iTunes.

Hukilau Slate Version one is a simple and easy to use movie slate that allows you to type in the values for all the standard fields like “scene number”, “production name” , etc. Shaking the iPad will result in a realistic clapping sound. Version two, slated to come out in a week or so, will have a running LED clock, a scene incrementation button and few stylistic improvements. We encourage users to download it, try it out and send us ideas for features, design and improvements.

Updates coming soon on their site or download the app from iTunes.


3 comments on “Audio Visual Production

  1. “Decibel 10”, great for audio students who are trying to get audio right for video shoots.

  2. “Light Meter”, great application to get lighting right on video shoots, replaces the need for expensive and bulky equipment to be hauled around.

  3. “Hukilau Slate”, replaces the need for a physical slate that allows for easier travel and less chance of injury when using the slate.

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