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Audio Measurement Tools
« on: January 11, 2012, 07:09:56 PM »
Anyone have experience using the Audio Measurement Tools from Studio Six Digital? 

They offer an impressive lineup for tuning room/speakers including; Impulse Response, FFT, RTA & Smaart Tools etc.

http://studiosixdigital.com/
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Re: Audio Measurement Tools
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2012, 07:14:38 AM »
Anyone have experience using the Audio Measurement Tools from Studio Six Digital? 

They offer an impressive lineup for tuning room/speakers including; Impulse Response, FFT, RTA & Smaart Tools etc.

http://studiosixdigital.com/

Audio Control has been around for a very long time they make ok products. My main concern with using a iphone or Ipad is one of speed and ram.. I run a Intel I7 with 8 gigs of ram to do some of the measurements I do. And even on this system it can be slow sometimes. I would not invest a huge amount of money in this system. I would rather spend it on a good laptop and good audio interface. I think doing some advanced measurements would be very slow on an iphone. I know the little spectrum analyser program I run on my iphone4 slows down to a crawl when I ask it to do higher resolution for more detail in the spectrum. The other major drawback is its Mono.. I dont know about you but when I am running a sound system a mono analyser just not going to cut it I want to see my left and right.


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Re: Audio Measurement Tools
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2012, 09:02:36 AM »
Thanks Chris!
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Re: Audio Measurement Tools
« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2012, 07:05:20 PM »

... I run a Intel I7 with 8 gigs of ram to do some of the measurements I do. And even on this system it can be slow sometimes. I would not invest a huge amount of money in this system.


What software are you using and what types of measurements are you making ?

Are you using generated test sequences or real-time, live music ?

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Re: Audio Measurement Tools
« Reply #4 on: January 17, 2012, 10:27:52 AM »

... I run a Intel I7 with 8 gigs of ram to do some of the measurements I do. And even on this system it can be slow sometimes. I would not invest a huge amount of money in this system.


What software are you using and what types of measurements are you making ?

Are you using generated test sequences or real-time, live music ?

I have a few systems I run, I have Smaart I have Winaudio mls lab version fully loaded. And I have a few other programs that do various things one made by Bruel And Kjear.
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Re: Audio Measurement Tools
« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2012, 12:10:46 PM »

... I run a Intel I7 with 8 gigs of ram to do some of the measurements I do. And even on this system it can be slow sometimes. I would not invest a huge amount of money in this system.


What software are you using and what types of measurements are you making ?

Are you using generated test sequences or real-time, live music ?

I have a few systems I run? I have Smaart I have Winaudio mls lab version fully loaded. And I have a few other programs that do various things one made by Bruel And Kjear.

None of these will work with Apple OSX Snow Leopard, found FuzzMeasure Pro 3 which will. 

Does anyone have experience with it or have any recommendations for the Mac platform???

http://supermegaultragroovy.com/products/FuzzMeasure/

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