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Automating DRC Convolver experimentation

I'm playing with DRC (Digital Room Correction software:http://drc-fir.sourceforge.net/)

I've tried the "Simple Automated IR Measuring Tool" : http://www.duffroomcorrection.com/wiki/Sim..._Measuring_Tool

But it outputs in pcm format and convolver doesn't seem to like anything but wav files (preferably stereo wav files).

Does anyone have an automated way to go from the output of the Simple Automated IR Measuring Tool to a stereo wav automatically?

Any good bat files?

Automating DRC Convolver experimentation

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But it outputs in pcm format and convolver doesn't seem to like anything but wav files (preferably stereo wav files).


.pcm is probably just raw PCM data without the WAV header that accompanies it.

You could try SoX to convert it from the commandline. You might have to try little-endian and big-endian formats if it isn't specified (and listen with the volume low at first!). Being a simple format change with the exact same payload data it should be lightning fast conversion.
Dynamic – the artist formerly known as DickD

Automating DRC Convolver experimentation

Reply #2
Hi,
I am also fooling around with DRC. This seems to do the trick (correct me if I'm wrong):
sox -t .raw -r 44100 -l -f LeftIR.pcm LeftIR.wav

Tinker tinker hmm.

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