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My measurements

In “All measurements“, you will see pictures of all companies and studios. In “My measurements“, you will only see the files that are in your folders but all type of files, wav, txt, calibrations, images and correction files (.wav). And you have the possibility to upload, delete, move, rename and modify descriptions.

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Category: My measurements

At the moment, convolution filters (for FIR correction) are only calculated for 48kHz sampling rate. If you need other sampling frequencies, you have to convert with an external tool (available in any DAW or tools such as sox).

Category: My measurements

At the moment, correction files are only calculated for following FIR processors and softwares in both linear and minimal phases versions :

  • generic (ie Xilica Solaro) 1024, 2048, 4096, 6144, 8192 and 16384 taps : mono 24bits 48kHz .wav files
  • MiniDSP 2x4HD 2048 taps : mono pcm 32bits float 48kHz .bin files
  • MiniDSP OpenDRC 6144 taps : mono pcm 32bits float 48kHz .bin files
  • QSC Qsys 8192taps : mono 24bits 48kHz .json files

For FIR corrections, the number of taps is the number of audio samples of the correction impulse, ie for 2048 taps, the length of the IR is 2048 samples (for any format, wav, pcm, bin, json,…).

If you need other formats (ie resolution or sampling rate), you can use an online audio converter such as https://audio.online-convert.com/convert-to-wav

I don’t know if I will also calculate IIR (parametric) corrections : it is very depending on the actual processor (number of parametrics, Q type,…) and FIR processors are becoming cheaper and more common (ie MiniDSP, Xilica,…). Maybe for parametrics, I’ll just export a measurement file that could be used directly into REW so to calculate IIR correction.

If you bought a plan with correction included, the correction files are found in My measurements page in the correction folder with following names and in both formats .wav (48kHz 24bits) and .bin (pcm 48kHz 32bits float, big endian):

  • …-hyblin-L : linear phase hybrid correction for left channel
  • …-hyblin-R : linear phase hybrid correction for right channel
  • …-hybmin-L : minimal phase hybrid correction for left channel
  • …-hybmin-R : minimal phase hybrid correction for right channel

 

 

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