I am sorry to say that I am reaching the stage where I am extremely reluctant to write a post with more than 8 words in it and more than one idea.Calm down
Calm down. Your own impatience is all too apparent. Those of us who read (yes, read) and respond do so voluntarily. It is not our jobs to do so and, if I admit I made an error, leave it at that.I am sorry to say that I am reaching the stage where I am extremely reluctant to write a post with more than 8 words in it and more than one idea.
I am getting the impression that there is a race on for who has the most posts (per minute?) and the ones who suffer are the genuine seekers of advice. Please don't think you have read something. Read it instead. Kal you may think this is directed at you personally, but no, this is not the first time exactly this has happened in this forum - i mooed about it the previous times as well - and I doubt if it only happens to me,
I wish I could give you an answer. I do not recall a specific listing of such modes but they are displayed graphically with annotation, as I recall. Frankly, I have not used CARA in years, ever since I became equipped with sufficient measurement tools. After all, it is easier and better to measure accurately than to model and predict, especially after construction.Hello Kal
I have CARA version 2.2 but I cannot find any function in it to display the calculated room modes. Which version do you have that displays the calculated room modes? Or alternatively, where do I find it? It is not mentioned in the help files.
One of the modules in the GoldLine TEF suite is an analysis that indicates whether particular response anomalies are due to room modes or not and whether or not they are electronically correctable. I do not know the principles on which this is based but it seems to be functionally reliable.If you look at an FR plot, chances are good that any peaks/dips in the bass region represent modes.
But I agree with Kal. No substitution for actual measurements.