Audio capture plus mixed weightings

champagnecharly

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Awesome software.

I'm not sure if I have overlooked something but I wouldd like to be able to
1) capture the audio that is being monitored
2) plot and analyse different weighting simultaneously
3) save analysis/data in realtime and not after it has been stored.

Have I overlooked something? Is it possible to do some or all of this?
 

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You know you posted this in the forum assistance, support and requests area, right? If this a REW question, you should post it there.
 

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John Mulcahy

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1) capture the audio that is being monitored
REW doesn't retain the audio data, too memory intensive and dumping it to file carries a high risk of failing to keep up with processing the incoming data.
2) plot and analyse different weighting simultaneously
Do you mean in the SPL logger?
3) save analysis/data in realtime and not after it has been stored.
Sorry, I don't understand the context of this or what you mean by it.
 
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