first of all I want to introduce myself as a german guy. So please excuse me if there are some mistakes in my writing ;-)

I'd like to make a multipoint-measurement for a studio listening seat/position. That means not only in one fixed microphone position, but in e.g. 30 points around the head/listening position in a range of 30-50cm left/right, forth/back, up/down. That will be done by moving the microphone by hand

My goal is to filter/EQ the speakers for the listening "area" because the head and seat position always varies in this area.

Therefore I will have to average the measurements, but not like in a fixed mic position. I'll have to average the energy without phase information.

Descirption from EASERA:

"Energy (Squared)

The amplitudes of the channels involved are energetically computed (i.e. the individual values are squared and summed, the result is divided by the number of channels (only for the Average mode), and then the square root is performed). The result has a phase angle of 0 and the imaginary part is therefore also 0 for all X-axis values.

This corresponds to an energetic addition, that does not consider the phase of the original data sets."

"Energy (Squared)

The amplitudes of the channels involved are energetically computed (i.e. the individual values are squared and summed, the result is divided by the number of channels (only for the Average mode), and then the square root is performed). The result has a phase angle of 0 and the imaginary part is therefore also 0 for all X-axis values.

This corresponds to an energetic addition, that does not consider the phase of the original data sets."

Can this be done with REW. And if so, how can i do it ? (As far as I serached through manual and programme I dont think so.)

Is it (at least) possible to have an automation for several (e.g. 30) measurements one after another with single .wav files in the end so I could compute it with Matlab or other tools?

Thanks a lot in advance

and

best Regards

Sebastian