Web based audio tools: Brutefir online (router), Convolver
Hi, I've just coded a simple page to make real time audio convolution and also offline convolution to download the files (working with chrome and firefox not tested in others). I hope it will be usefull:
I've recently created some FIR impulse files from rePhase for active crossovers and my goal is to implement this in Convolver in MPC-HC. Up until now I've been using the Allocator Lite for MPC-HC with my Focusrite Saffire 24 Pro card, but it's a bit of a pain and I'd like to move over to...
i generate a convolver wav file for foobar with rew, but does it works for every sample rate.
Does foobar re sample it.With holmimpulse it seems necessary to generate a file for each sample rate.
I decided to start a new thread as an offshoot of the "limitations of Java" thread. I learned something new (having missed it in PM's introduction to impulses), that the "typical" spikes in negative front of the impulse represent harmonic distortion. Probably because I haven't noticed those...
I'm new to this subject - would very much appreciate some advice.
Some history: I came across "ARC System 2", which has received some good reviews, but others claim that Acourate, Dirac, and Audiolense are so much better (interesting, since some Stereophile reviewers like Audyssey a lot, and...
As the title suggest i would like to use REW to make a few measurements of my room and make a few corrections. These corrections should then end up as a FIR that I can use with a convolver like jconvolver.
I'm pretty much stuck at the last part - getting the nice filter out of...
I think that this can be done, but I just want to be sure.
Can REW produce an impulse response file that contains room corrections that can be fed directly into the foobar convolver?
Magical if it does....:bigsmile:
I am new here but have some experience with DSP methods over the years and have been waiting for tools like Convolver to become available. I have been tempted to write something like this myself but the effort involved just gave me a headache just thinking about it. It is wonderful that...
I am using a convolver quite a while now to correct my room. I was using DRC to generate filters and now tried REW generated filters.
Speakers are KRK RPG8 (Rokit 8) studio monitors. These are active and bi-amped.
Here are the graphs:
I am using REW for a few months now and I am very happy with it, but I have a problem with convolver : the filter works, but I have many "pops" and "cracks" as if there was a clock problem, but I check it and there is not. I tried exporting the filter impulse response both in 16 and 32...
I have a config file for 44100 and another for 48000, how can I make a config file for switch automatically between filters?.
Here http://convolver.sourceforge.net/config.html says that can switch automatically but I don't know how.
I am trying to use the created filters impulse response in my foobar music player. I have created the file and imported said file into the convolver section of the foobar player. I then made measurements before and after the file was imported. The response is unchanged. I have a very nasty room...
I've been reading the forums for a while now, but I can't find an exact answer here or anywhere else. I'm trying to setup my HTPC to do software room correction for anything that comes out of the soundcard. This thread is the closest thing to an answer I've found...
I looked everywhere but could not find a tutorial or helpfile which describes how to use REW with Convolver. Hence I thought I will start a thread.
First: What is convolver?
Convolver is an Windows application which can be used for Digital Room Correction. It can be used...
If you are interested in dialing in a more perfect headphone response, then have a look at the Linkwitz site about reference headphone equalization. It's pure gold.
Equalizing headphones is like equalizing any other speakers, but most of...