The way it works is that you measure both left and right channels of your monitoring system at the listening position using REW and these instructions.
You send us the REW .mdat measurement file and we perform a free analysis of your monitoring environment by looking at frequency response, step (timing) response, early reflections, late reflections and low frequency decay times. We produce a report with these charts comparing to industry standards, explaining any gaps and making recommendations.
Additionally, using your measurements, we provide you with a modelled simulation that shows the in-room predicted frequency response after applying Digital Signal Processing (DSP).
If one or more of the recommendations are accepted, then a license for one DSP software: Acourate, Audiolense, Dirac or Room Shaper is required to be purchased separately. Based on the analysis and your needs will determine which is the best DSP software for your monitoring environment.
Once purchased, we use that software to measure your system. You send us the impulse responses and we design and generate 4 FIR correction filters that you can listen to by installing into a Convolution engine in your monitoring path.
You send us the measurement file. We perform the engineering and send you back 4 calibrated FIR filters that can be hosted in any VST plug-in convolution engine in your monitoring path. You compare the filters and likely one will be the most preferred given your specific monitoring environment. The variation in target frequency responses in the standards are based on loudspeaker directivity, dimensions of your room, and how much direct versus reflected sound you are hearing at the monitoring position.
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