ASIO bypasses all of the layers of audio-handling code that exist in different parts of the operating system (Windows) so that a more direct audio path exists, yielding low latency, important mainly in audio recording and mixing. I have herd, although I am not sure about this, that better (closer to) bit-perfect accuracy can be another benefit.Hi please can someone tell me the benefits of using ASIO, other than it is easier to measure multiple channels
My main mic is the BeyerDnamic MM-1. It comes with 0 degree calibration down to 60 Hz. I have extended the clibrationt down to 20 Hz using a calibrated UMIK-1 for reference. In general, being more interested in 2-channel / music listening, that is plenty low for me. Even looking at freuqencies lower than that, I am mainly looking for smoothness, so I am not too concerned over lower frequency accuracy.Hi Wayne no worriesri
Matter of interest do you have this mic?
Yes, any room correction app will use a 90 degree orientation mic.Does Dirac normally have a 90 degrees orientation?
Yes, as discussed in your other thread.Is it possible to calibrate the SPL with this mic?