5th December, 2020

Voca on Sensory Live!

Voca displays the sound coming into the microphone graphically on the screen. Available viewing option are: spectrogram, frequency display, waveform and audio volume history.

Click or tap the button and the app will launch filling the screen or window.

If the app fills the window, maximize the window to full screen and the app will run as full screen.

Press ESC key or click/tap the X button to close the app.

Tech Note: Please note that only Chrome and Edge Chromium browsers support microphone input from Sensory Apps at this point in time. We suggest if you are using iPad that you download the iOS version from the app store and use Chrome browser if on a Mac.

How to Use

Voca can be used to analyze sound from the device microphone. You can display the sound in one of the 4 modes; spectrogram, frequency display, waveform and audio volume history. The video shows two of the modes being used.

For any technical support issues, contact [email protected].

Install Sensory Web Apps on your Computer or Device.

Make sure your Windows PC, or Apple Mac has either the Google Chrome Browser or new Microsoft Edge Chromium Browser installed. Your Chromebook will already have the Chrome browser.

Click the app icon or this install link, which will open and launch the Sensory App in a new browser tab

Look for the “Install” button (+) that appears in the browser address bar. Press this install button and the installer pop-up will appear. You will find an app icon added to your desktop or programs list/folder. Clicking this app icon will launch the app full screen on your device.

Click here for installation videos and how to add the Sensory Web Apps to Android or iOS devices.

You can also download most of the Sensory Apps on main app stores. The download links are contained below.

App Store Downloads links for Voca