room measurements

  1. Mehdiem

    REW and RME: How to Generate EQ tailored for RME ADI-2 using REW?

    I have performed my first measurement with UMIK-1 and REW. I need your help to understand how to generate & translate my EQ measurements into RME parameters. I could not find a way to generate EQ according to RME parameters and capabilities. I tried using Generic EQ with 7 filters but didn't...
  2. stevenswall

    Would You Rather: Soundstage+Phantom Center OR More Accurate Frequency Response?

    Moved studio monitors from corners to ~30% the length of the side walls closer. They are near the sidewalls, per Genelec recommending keeping them closer, or if there is space making sure they are more than 1.1 meters from the wall. this follows the first rule for the side walls, and the second...
  3. Kadent

    Correctly measuring bookshelf speakers nearfield

    Hello everyone Recently, I ventured down the rabbit whole of measuring stuff. Got a cheap measurement mic (which is really quite accurate) and some cables/adapters for use accordingly. My question is however, how to roughly measure speakers while bypassing the room variable. I used to measure...
  4. jtwrace

    The Intellectual People Podcast - Mitch Barnett of Accurate Sound

    Mitch Barnett of Accurate Sound tells us about his journey to become a leading expert in Digital Sound Processing (DSP). Accurate Sound is a remote service using Audiolense, Acourate and Room Eq Wizard (REW).
  5. xykreinov

    miniDSP UMIK-2 vs. Dayton Audio OmniMic V2

    Hi, I'm looking to get a speaker measurement microphone. But, I am unsure what all the specific benefits/downsides are between the UMIK-2 and OmniMic V2, besides the difference in price and Dayton's software. I would appreciate some help. I likely would not be using Dayton's software, which...
  6. sigbergaudio

    Share your house curve (graph or numbers)

    I thought it could be interesting to see how people have dialed in the balance of their system. Both to share our individual preference but also get a bit of anecdotal evidence of what people prefer. If sharing a graph, quite a lot of smoothing (1/3 or 1/6) is probably good so we can easier see...
  7. Le Concombre

    Target Curves, should What You See be What You Get?

    Puzzled by the Harman Curve presented here : http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?39134-Harman-Target-Curve and attached in a smoothed version here, I have aligned the Time Windowed Vector Average of a bunch of measurements one can make in REW to this 16 dB wide sinuous Harman...
  8. Matias

    Shopping for a measurement mic

    I am new to REW and measurements in general, read some tutorials and did my first ones using the gear that I already have: a Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 2nd gen USB audio interface, and an M-Audio Nova cardioid, side address, large diaphragm condenser mic. The Nova is not made for measurements, so...
  9. amirm

    Acoustic Measurements: Understanding Time and Frequency

    Modern computing power has put in our hands incredibly powerful measurement tools. Prime example is Room EQ Wizard (REW), a free program which is an amazing toolbox of acoustic measurements. Alas, while computing power may be free enabling us to run such analysis that used to cost a lot of...
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