We are considering making this freely available to [...] audio consumers
We are considering making this freely available
We are considering making this freely available to ....
Sean,Any news on this release? Thanks!
I have a problem running that software. I am using Windows 7 32 bit, and not working as administrator.When I start the program and login into it, it says it is missing JT_Stereo.wav. It doesn't matter if I start it as Administrator or ordinary user.Where is it located? It is not in Program Files / Harman International / All subfolders
Thanks for making this available! The program is intuitive enough for me to use, but I have run into one minor issue so far: when I want to practice noise or hum with a higher sample rate test file (88 kHz or higher), I get an error "noise file not found". This is of course because you only include 44 and 48 kHz versions. Perhaps you could make the error more explicit if you don't want to include larger noise files?
Nevermind, I figured I have to add my own music.GUI should be more intuitive.
Quote from: hlloyge on 20 March, 2011, 04:23:28 PMNevermind, I figured I have to add my own music.GUI should be more intuitive.The thing that I think is mssing from the GUI is the ability to hear the music with the change that the listener though was applied to the music to compare it to the test change. Its like being in an ABX with just A and X but no B. Doable, but harder and more error prone.The big picture comment that I've heard from the frew of my friends here in Detroit that have tried the program is that the program seems to do a pretty good job of training people to do audio production, but is that what we want listeners to be able to do?My response is that teaching people to recognize faults and name them by their their technical descriptions makes more sense to me than the current situation where most people say hard-to-decode things like "It sounds more chocolatey".