Thanks, John. I know it is not what the "Average the Responses" button was designed for, but it is such a convenient "copy" function, I use it all the time.:bigsmile:
Thanks for the new update, John, especially for the long awaited FDW. I have a question regarding the change to variable smoothing behavior, however. I believe the previous incarnation of variable smoothing decreased the octave resolution as frequency increased, however this version does the opposite, with only 1/3 octave resolution for the lowest frequencies (which were previously not smoothed at all). What was the reason for the change? Or am I misunderstanding how one of the two was employed? It just seemed like a pretty big departure to me and I was curious as to what makes the new implementation superior.The PSY smoothing is 1/3 octave below 100 Hz, 1/6 octave above 1 kHz. It calculates a cubic mean (cube root of average of the cubed values) to place more emphasis on peaks.