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Home theater room correction reading list: Dirac; RoomPerfect; Trinnov Optimizer; ARC Genesis; Audyssey

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I know home theater room correction systems are discussed on multiple other threads, but I haven't seen a thread that collates useful resources about them. I think that would be extremely useful.

The types of resources I'm contemplating:
  • AES papers about these specific systems (ideally free to access, but paid if not)
  • Other journal articles and white papers
  • Manufacturers'/developers' technical explanations
  • Articles providing technical discussion of these systems
  • Objective evaluations of these systems
I've suggested below a rough structure for how these could be collated, and added some limited content to kick this off.

For this to work, it will require a collaborative effort! So, if you post a resource like this I'll edit this post to include it. That way this post will provide a running repository of useful resources.

I should say, I know I'm a relatively new user, so recognise I may not have the kudos to inspire such collaboration, but ... it's worth a shot!

RESOURCES

Dirac
RoomPerfect
Trinnov Optimizer

[insert]

ARC Genesis

[insert]

Audyssey

[insert]
 

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Acourate and Audiolense might represent two more choices.
 

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GLM could be another choice as well. I use GLM with my Genelec SAM monitors.
 
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Acourate and Audiolense might represent two more choices.
GLM could be another choice as well. I use GLM with my Genelec SAM monitors.
Good points - thanks!

I was hoping to keep the focus on home theater room correction, in the sense that the ones I listed feature in AVRs/AVPs. However, if anyone contributes reading for those I'm very happy to include it in this list. The main objective is to create a useful resource.
 
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I know home theater room correction systems are discussed on multiple other threads, but I haven't seen a thread that collates useful resources about them. I think that would be extremely useful.

The types of resources I'm contemplating:
  • AES papers about these specific systems (ideally free to access, but paid if not)
  • Other journal articles and white papers
  • Manufacturers'/developers' technical explanations
  • Articles providing technical discussion of these systems
  • Objective evaluations of these systems
I've suggested below a rough structure for how these could be collated, and added some limited content to kick this off.

For this to work, it will require a collaborative effort! So, if you post a resource like this I'll edit this post to include it. That way this post will provide a running repository of useful resources.

I should say, I know I'm a relatively new user, so recognise I may not have the kudos to inspire such collaboration, but ... it's worth a shot!

RESOURCES

Dirac
RoomPerfect
Trinnov Optimizer

[insert]

ARC Genesis

[insert]

Audyssey

[insert]
Fallen at the first hurdle with this - I can't see how to edit my original post...

I was going to add this for Trinnov:

https://www.trinnov.com/PDF/AES6375_Reproducing_Multichannel_Sound_on_any_Speaker_Layout.pdf
 

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Hmm. A good idea and effort, weird editing seems disabled,since that is a standard forum functionality since the 90s..
 
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