The client is a tech company providing hearing solutions and assistive listening devices. One of these solutions helps students with dyslexia learn lecture material more effectively.
But the app had a bug—poor noise suppression. This issue caused problems with the quality of the recorded audio. To enable high-quality recording, the company turned to Softeq. Our task was to implement an effective audio-processing algorithm within the app.
It is an audio recording mobile application that allows the creation of audio files organized in a simple PC-style filing system for easy retrieval of recordings. The audio and bookmark files can be uploaded to a number of note-taking management programs for subsequent playback, editing and further study.
To achieve high quality of the recording, the Softeq team implemented custom regulators to compensate for noise distortions based on a special algorithm. It enables the app to assess the incoming sound properties and process it so that it corresponds to a more acceptable quality level by verifying the following parameters:
The project has been delivered by the deadline allowing enough time for bug fixing and successful commercial launch of the application on Google Play and the App Store.