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2234rew

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Hi @juicehifi

Wow does the correction size change from 10Hz to 24kHz?

Is it a linear relationship? So correction size is is lnearly decreasing from 500ms at 10Hz down to 0.125ms at 24kHz ?

For example: with the below settings, what would be the correction size (in ms) at 3kHz ?


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juicehifi

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Here's a 5-5 window:

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Samples on y xis, frequency on x axis. I have zoomed in < 2 kHz here. As you see, it is far from linear. Very long window at low frequencies and only a few samples in the top.

If you want the correction size on a given frequency, you could insert a mid frequency, like this:

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The measurement and correction window displays the true size of the correction, crossovers excluded. But the application of these windows gives the program full control of the duration of the correction at any frequency. Quite unlike traditional EQ.

The TTD window is used to control the scope of the time domain correction accordingly.
 

2234rew

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Here's a 5-5 window:

View attachment 41714

Samples on y xis, frequency on x axis. I have zoomed in < 2 kHz here. As you see, it is far from linear. Very long window at low frequencies and only a few samples in the top.

If you want the correction size on a given frequency, you could insert a mid frequency, like this:

View attachment 41715

The measurement and correction window displays the true size of the correction, crossovers excluded. But the application of these windows gives the program full control of the duration of the correction at any frequency. Quite unlike traditional EQ.

The TTD window is used to control the scope of the time domain correction accordingly.
Crystal clear, thanks Bernt !
 
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