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it's probably a stupid question :
suppose i have a calibrate micro M1 and a non calibrate one M2
using M1 i take a measure (loading M1 file in calibration space) =>A1
using M2 i take a measure in the same condition ( unloading M1 file of course) =>A2
is the export measure of (A2-A1) represent the M2 calibration file ?
if not could you explain me while
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Trace arithmetic takes into account both magnitude and phase, it could be used for that but you would need to ensure the two measurements had the same time alignment.
 

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As John said , you need to measure both at the same time.

Given the 2 spectrum measurements ( Sr - for reference and Sc - for the mic being calibrated ) a transfer function Src/Scc ( cross spectrum divided by auto spectrum of the signals) you give a transfer function in frequency domain that clones the reference mic in gain and phase.

Thare are also practical reasons of how close you can get the mics , and avoid placing the mics in nulls of frequency response in the room ( poor S/N ratio )
 

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ok but i can't measure with both micro in the same time because REW have only one input.
I try the method in the url i write above and it's seems to be good (but it does not take phase in account)
 

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Look for Mathaudio . They have a plugin that does exactly what you want . Can`t post the link here because i`m new in the forum , spam prevention won`t let me .
 
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