No. No Data. Seriously what does those terms mean: "Musically ridiculous"?Try re-reading this part of my earlier post:
Thus harmonically complex musical notes are overwhelmed by modes, which are harmonically bereft plain sine waves. EQing drops the harmonically complex notes into inaudibility, leaving only quieter harmonically bereft sines in the audible realm. Thus:
My point is that note, hoot, note, hoot might look smooth on REW, but is musically ridiculous. Is that clearer?
Any musical signal is reproduced well or not. If it music it can be approximated by a series of sines. Making sure that series of sines are well reproduced is a scientific endeavor. measurable at that and in a room this is a done with a microphone and software of hwich REW represents one of the best at any price. THat is free is a feat. so powerful and useful it is. Now a nice graph doesn't guarantee great results, again Science can explain why. It is one thing to measure, it is another to know what, how to measure and how to interpret the measurements.
Thus your points are not clear to me, before because no data is presented. Just subjective opinions...
Let's leave it at that