I've seen this myself but never used it.
Would be really nice in 64studio
2009/2/10 Michael Jarosch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm a bit late for 3.0, I guess. But I found something quite interesting
especially for the homerecording people that can not pay high-end
monitors but also for every recording studio to get the best out of
their equipment. It's "digital room correction"!
All you need is a linux-PC, a soundcard, a measurement microphone and
two programs called drc (http://drc-fir.sourceforge.net/) and brutefir
I haven't done anything with it, already, but I will as soon as I've got
the time. If someone wants to read something about it, I'll recomment
visiting http://www.duffroomcorrection.com/ to get an idea about what is
possible. The people there are mostly interested in a perfect home
cinema experience, but I guess, it's also a good basis for
mixing/mastering if you got a perfect speaker setup!
If I understand it right, DRC is something, what MacOS can't offer for
their professional users at all and MS Windows can only offer through
DirectX / Direct Show, which - I guess - is not a professional interface
(and therefore can't be used with their recording software). BruteFIR is
the only "software convolution engine" on the market using a
professional output plugin: jackd! And it's the fastest! It also can be
integrated in Ardour, see: http://ardour.org/node/2352 !
So, please consider to put drc in your 64Studio repository! (BruteFIR is
already there, you know...
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