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  • Fields “Company or title” and “Studio” are used to rank measurements in a structure title/studio/date, date being automaticcaly written. So you can check evolution of performances in time and see any degradation. Important : do not use of company name for which you have no rights, your account may be terminated without notice.
  • Field “Reference, Studio” : for home users with just one audio system, you may leave this field empty or fill with “home” or “listening room” or “without correction, “with correction”, aso. For companies with more than one studio, you may enter the Studio name.
  • No accents or special characters in he fields « company » and « Reference, Studio », because those fields are used as directory names. Allowed characters are alphabets, numbers, space and underscore (_). No space or _ at start or end.
  • Field “Target” : “Auto music” is recommended for HiFi/pro studios and “Auto cinema” for home-cinema. For calibration of theaters or mixing rooms, SMPTE targets maybe be used.
  • “Timbre target” : the standard “Balanced” can be adjusted on user preferences to Bright (sharp, more high frequencies) or Warm (darker, more low frequencies). Difference to “Balanced” is a slope of approximatively +-0.3dB/oct (exact value depends on measurements,  distances and directivity) so nearly +2dB at 10kHz for “Sharp” and -2dB at 10kHz for “Warm”.
  • “LF target” : low frequency target is defined by cutoff frequency and level : hereunder  “405” gives a +5dB level and a 40Hz cut. Level at 40Hz is +5-3=+2dB. Level at 130Hz is half max level so +5/2=+2.5dB.

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