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Please recommend a speaker IR capture software

timowens316

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I'd like to find a Windows based software package to capture speaker IR's, I would like to find something simple yet accurate. I'm willing to pay a reasonable price but of course free is always nice. What are you guys using?

EDIT: I should add that I do have a Torpedo CAB, but I can't figure out how to export the files to WAV format.
 
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TheAmpFactory

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I'd like to find a Windows based software package to capture speaker IR's, I would like to find something simple yet accurate. I'm willing to pay a reasonable price but of course free is always nice. What are you guys using?

EDIT: I should add that I do have a Torpedo CAB, but I can't figure out how to export the files to WAV format.
Your DAW..done!

Get a copy of VoxEngo? (Might be wrong name) its a deconvolver anyway.

Send a signal from your DAW output to your Speakercab via a flat poweramp

Blow out a 1 sec Sinesweep, bang, click or whatever you want.

Record the output of that with your mic into DAW.

Save as WAV, Use a Deconvolver.. done!

There are a zillion ways to skin a cat here.. this is just the simplest!...
 

Papanate

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Sony Sound Forge is very accurate - but in addition you will need
a high quality interface or recording IR's will be a waste of your time.
 




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