np, what weighting do you lean towards? B?
I can't speak for Nguyen, but I tune to a modified B weighted curve. I follow the B scale in the bass region but not so in the treble region. I prefer to taper my treble off a tad so it is not overpowering vs boost it as B weighting would suggest.np, what weighting do you lean towards? B?
I would love to find some kind of class in Los Angeles.After the "tune" I could hear a lot of thinks that I've never heard before.
I'm going to read and learn as much as I can on how to properly tune with one of these, but the difference is HUGE.
And I didn't even know what I was doing.
Do you have your mic placement/aiming in any threads already? If not, would you care describing?I dumped the Behringer mic in favor of a binaural summed and averaged solution. I use this in combination with long measurement averages to come up with a pretty damn realistic tonal balance and stage presentation.
Yes, a special mic is needed. If you google this particular mic you will find that it is specially designed for analysis and measurement:Is there a "special" mic needed? And if were using a USB connection for the mic, as Doitor did, we dont need to measure the FR of the computer do we?
I received the final piece of my setup today. Everything worked fine out of the box. Setup was easy.
One question/comment however. Correct me if I'm wrong but all of the steps regarding 'calibrating your sound card' really do not apply if you are not using the analog in/out on your card. If you are using MicMate or similar (USB-based), the sound card doesn't even come into play IMO.
Exactly what I figured. I wonder if there is anything interesting with respect to TA. I mean, the analog audio out of the soundcard is sending the sweep to the connected equipment. The ECM8000 is recording the output via the USB Audio Codec.The sound card does not come into play because the usb port is being used to transmit the audio information.