I was recently asked why I had the time range set to 500ms with a graph only displaying to 60ms.
Unless I'm missing something, would it not be better to have time range just scale with graph axis limits?
Hi! First, let me say that I am a happy and experienced user of REW. I mostly use it with a MiniDSP 2x4 to room correct and provide EQ for Bose 901s, currently with a DIY subwoofer. I've come close to EQ-ing to my house curve (another concept I learnt here at HTS).
What is odd is the past few...
If I generate a spectrogram, waterfall, or decay, I get a series of exactly parallel responses of the measured frequency response, but of diminishing amplitude. That is, no information is revealed.
What might I be doing incorrectly?
REW - its a great tool.
Yes, the decay, waterfall and spectrogram views are exactly what we are used to. I use them to get an idea of where modes are and how fast the frequencies decay. I would find it extremely useful if I had the option to "level" the original frequency response. I.e...
I've just started using REW so it is possible I haven't set it up correctly, however, this does not look right. Setup: loopback using USB soundcard (Roland Quad-Capture).
Since this is a loopback, the IR is very clean and essentially no energy after 1 or 2 ms...