This looks magnificent. I looked into room EQ some years ago, but the whole process was so complicated, I never got round to it. I did buy a Radioshack Sound Level Meter for this purpose though. Any chance I could use it with this plugin (or a future version)?
Why is the plug-in an .exe? No thanks.
Avast AV detected uninstall.exe as malware.
You can extract it with 7-Zip (or 7-Zip Portable) and use just the DLL.
I got the plugin installed and working.I did some measurements and got a reasonable looking frequency response.Unfortunately, I do not hear any difference between the Bypass and Room EQ positions (both with music and sinusoidal tones)
Quote from: oruam57 on 27 November, 2013, 01:35:58 PMI got the plugin installed and working. I did some measurements and got a reasonable looking frequency response. Unfortunately, I do not hear any difference between the Bypass and Room EQ positions (both with music and sinusoidal tones) It is impossible. Play music and move the vertical slider up and down in the Room EQ mode. You will hear noticeable changes in timbre and volume of the sound.
I got the plugin installed and working. I did some measurements and got a reasonable looking frequency response. Unfortunately, I do not hear any difference between the Bypass and Room EQ positions (both with music and sinusoidal tones)
Sorry, I misunderstood the function of the vertical slider. Now I see that the frequency response is corrected for the part above the white line only.
NewsA new version of the plug-in has just been released. The new version includes a custom target curve feature. This new feature can be used for drawing your own reference frequency response.
Hi k2k, fantastic work! To top it off, maybe you could offer correction curves for a few cheap stock microphones (Best Buy, etc.). Would be more than willing to pay $1 a piece. For example, here's a quite popular one: http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-980240-0403.../dp/B00022TNHM/
Hello, I have a Behringer ECM8000 microphone. I let it calibrate and got a correction file like these.Can the software read ASCII (text) microphone correction files with file extensions like .sen/.mic/.cal etc. ?
Hm. Anyone know whether the IMM-6 ("I", not "E") is good for anything? Small and practical to bring around ... and when a few friends have borrowed it I can just buy another one. http://www.amazon.com/Dayton-Audio-iMM-6-C...t/dp/B00ADR2B84
HELLO,Room correction mode, foobar when playing a song, I hear a beep every 5 to 10 seconds.Es it possibleHi
Quote from: eahm on 27 November, 2013, 12:20:25 AMYou can extract it with 7-Zip (or 7-Zip Portable) and use just the DLL.This method will not work because foo_room_eq.dll depends on other Room EQ files that are located in another directory. It was not practical to install all Room EQ files into the "components" directory of Foobar2000 because it could create some delay on startup of Foobar2000 (Foobar2000 checks all files in its "components" directory one-by-one every time when you start it up). Room EQ applies well known and very reliable NSIS installer/uninstaller which is used in thousands of software products around the world. Just use it and don't worry: Room EQ does not contain any malware.
It's not because of worries, I am sure I can trust you. I don't install anything (unless I really really need to), always make or use portable versions. This way I fully use ONLY one drive and keep the OS drive (SSD) clean and at the maximum of speed and efficiency and it's better for backup purposes, the folder/drive is just one.