There isn't a feature to measure with filters applied, but the predicted response shown on the Filter Adjust panel and the Predicted graph of the Overlays window is very accurate. To apply filtering through the PC you could use Equalizer APO.Can I take measurements with the calculated PEQ filters applied?
I would like to see the effect of the filters.
You could use REW to analyse audio files you capture and import, but there is other software that is probably better suited, like Sonic VisualiserThis may be a dumb question but I'm actually wanting to use REW for something different and want to make sure it this would work. I'm a musician (guitarist and others) doing some studies into overtones and harmonics of an instrument. Either an acoustic instrument and also (and mainly right now more interested in) checking to see how my sustain pedals effect my electric guitar harmonics and overtones over time.
What exact Surface Model do you have?Is it possible to run REW on a 1st gen Surface tablet?
Mine is from 2012... I believe it is called the Surface Rt. From what I have heard it can only rin windows rt...no upgrade to a full version of windows. If I could upgrade the OS to Windows I would def try it.What exact Surface Model do you have?
I am running REW on a Surface Go and a Surface Book 2.
The Go came in Windows S mode, buy you can, and I did, put it into Windows 10 mode. Post at reddit - r/Surface to get the best help.