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  • AndreaT
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Seeking good impulse response convolver for room-correction EQ
Hello Folks,

I am sure that somebody else before me faced the problem to have a GOOD convolver in place to run an equalization for a good Room Corrected response.

I tried to use the foo_convolver, but I couldn't find any clear user manual/documentation, so I gave-up.

The best for me should be to get an excellent convover or a "commercial EQ emulator", so that I could use REW to generate the eq files.

Thanks in advance to all of you giving me tips and tricks
Regards,
Andrea

  • Porcus
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Seeking good impulse response convolver for room-correction EQ
Reply #1
fb2k components usually do not have a 'user manual' document (say, in a downloadable pdf). There are often links to the wiki, but those articles are often short, at least compared to the discussion threads. You have read http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=10611 and http://www.sjeng.org/foobar2000.html

A couple of others you may have a look at
http://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_dsp_effect (for EQ. Works with the most recent fb2k.)
http://www.alanjordan.org/DRCDesigner/DrcDesignerHelp.html (never tried)

  • AndreaT
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Seeking good impulse response convolver for room-correction EQ
Reply #2
Thank you  Porcus, ... but I am looking for a Convolver, not for a generic EQ filter.

Any known good Impulse Response Convolver to suggest me?

Thanks and regards,
Andrea.

Note for the moderator: Sorry for the subject not following the rules. Please rename the thread. Thanks and regards, Andrea.