Re: Dynamic Loudness Control Reply #25 – 2020-08-29 00:02:32 @Rollin , man, you're awesome. Huge thanks for your help and advice.I have followed your instructions from A to Z and everything seems to work perfectly ! I am familiar with Audacity so the whole operation was easy.Now I only need to repeat the EQ operation with the same "Unitpulse2K.wav" start impulse file for every Fletcher-Munson curve.I am very grateful. In this topic I have learned how to achieve Dynamic Loudness, but also how to use a resampler and a convolver ! BTW you said that the impulse must be of the same sample rate and channel count as the signal that is processed. A majority of my files are of course 16/44.1 (mostly EAC-ripped CDs), but I have other sample rates up to 24/192. Which raises two questions :1. Should I create a single set of impulse files in the highest possible sample rate rather than in 44.1 ? Or should I create several sets of impulse files ? (44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.2, 192)2. The resamplers (dbpoweramp/SSRC and PPHS) seem to go "only" to 96 KHz. How could I handle 192 KHz data ?If it's of any help, my foobar outputs to a USB DAC (Topping E30) that can theoretically go up to 768 KHz (even if absolutely nobody can hear the difference, lol).