Sonarworks True-Fi removes the physical barriers between you, and the true nature of sound, delivering the ultimate sound experience.
Calibrating headphones with Sonarworks True-Fi means more consistent, authentic sound, allowing you to experience music as it was in the studio. On top of that, use traditional options to boost the sound qualities you prefer and personalize the sound to your own taste. Using Sonarworks True-Fi across devices and headphones enables you to hear music exactly the way you want to, anywhere.
- Rediscover your music with Studio Sound
- Personalize your sound
- Listen from your own music collection or Spotify*
- 331 supported headphone models and counting
- Sonarworks technology promises 0.9 - 3 dB calibration accuracy
*Requires a Spotify Premium subscription
- New and improved on-boarding
- Redesigned library and navigation
- Easier headphone selection
- Improved experience in Personalize section
- Fixed a bug where on small screens users couldn't fully see the Hearing Loss Adjustment menu
Ratings and Reviews
Provides good sound
Good app, and does what it says, improving my listening on iPad and iPhone with the Apple in-ear headphones. Good too that you can fine tune the settings with the equaliser.
I agree with other reviewers that though the app syncs with the iTunes library, offering the same sorting of selections of Playlists, Artists, Albums, Songs, it doesn’t show the album artwork.
Another, and more important niggle is that though there is a comprehensive list of headphone manufacturers and models to choose from, apart from my Apple headphones, none of my others are listed, i.e., Bose OE2 or Sony SBH80 Bluetooth, nor is there anything that looks similar in the listings.
Also, though you can add additional headphones to your list, there’s no way of removing them from your list once added in.
If these niggles could be sorted, would give it 5 stars.
Great sound quality but search function needed.
I can’t deny that the sound quality on this app is brilliant, but I have a huge library and if I want to listen to something at the end of the alphabet, it takes considerable time to get there by scrolling. Would it be possible to add a search function or the alphabet showing down the side as you scroll so you can skip to a letter. Do this and I may never need to use another music player.
Useless for musicians
Like the Waves NX app this has zero practical use for music making. No IAA. No AU. No Audiobus. Not even a hint of collaboration with Auria or Cubasis etc. for an in app purchase. The very place where correcting wonky headphone frequency response would be the most useful for music makers (mobile iOS music production) is, like NX, completely overlooked. Why?
Other developers have embraced the world of IOS based music production. Fabfilter, for example, have brilliant in app purchases for Auria.
Come on Sonarworks. You have to support music making on IOS. Make plug in compatibility an in app purchase if you wish. This is a system that could be seriously useful for mobile music makers.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.