Import/export Audyssey MultEQ XT measurements?

renne

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My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Denon AVR-X2300W
Main Amp
Denon AVR-X2300W
Additional Amp
Monacor IMG Stageline STA-200D
Front Speakers
Visaton Petit Orgue without passive crossovers
Center Channel Speaker
Tangband W3-871SC open-baffle
Surround Speakers
Tangband W3-871SC omni-directional
Subwoofers
Visaton Petit Orgue without passive crossovers
Hi,

I'm using the Audyssey MultEQ-Android-app with a Denon AVR-X2300W to do room-correction.
Is there any way to import the measurement-file of the the app into REW, edit the frequency response and export it back into an app-compliant file-format?

Thanx for any hint! :)
 

renne

New Member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 3, 2021
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4
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Denon AVR-X2300W
Main Amp
Denon AVR-X2300W
Additional Amp
Monacor IMG Stageline STA-200D
Front Speakers
Visaton Petit Orgue without passive crossovers
Center Channel Speaker
Tangband W3-871SC open-baffle
Surround Speakers
Tangband W3-871SC omni-directional
Subwoofers
Visaton Petit Orgue without passive crossovers
Python:
in_file = sys.argv[1]
in_json = json.load(open(in_file, 'r'))
channels = dict((item['commandId'], item) for item in in_json['detectedChannels'])
for speaker, channel in channels.items():
    for measurement, data in channel['responseData'].items():
        impulse_response = [int(float(val) * 32767) for val in data]
        array('i', impulse_response).tofile(open('impulse_response_%s_%s.pcm' % (speaker, measurement), 'wb'))
It would be great to implement an import filter in REW to visualize MultXT measurement files (*.ady).
Ratbuddyssey on Github can manipulate the MultXT target curve and options.
It would be great to have this in REW, too.
 
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