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In Reply to: RE: Some test records comparisons posted by flood2 on July 11, 2017 at 02:15:06
"How did you convert the pink noise back to a flat characteristic to determine the frequency response?"
Voxengo's latest "SPAN" VST3 free plugin has a control for changing the slope of the displayed output. It would be very easy, using this plugin, to add a +3dB per octave slope compensation to a pink noise capture.
I've been very impressed with the latest release. Nitpicks are: I'd love if had options for using bigger bins, say 2^20 samples, so there could be more confidence in the results down around cart/arm resonant frequency. Also still seems lacking options for different windowing. I've been using it more lately and it seems pretty good.
Thanks for that! I didn't know about Voxengo and was interested in some of their modules which would be a useful addition to what I currently have with RX Advanced and SoundForge.
Have you gone for the "Premium Membership" option?
"Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty.." Keats
I don't know if I could justify the Premium Membership but they sure do have some interesting looking toys.
I almost went for CurveEQ just because I thought it was cool. I don't really know what I'd use it for.
I was ready to pay for bigger FFT block size if the plus version of SPAN offered that. It also maxes at 2^16 blocks.
I'm trying to figure out how to give them money....They made their free SPAN too nice.
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