Anyone done in impulse from a speaker or cabinet?
lalalandsynth last edited by
I am wondering how that is done , have not found clear info on this .
So say you want to impulse a cab/speaker.
You would have delay from the original sweep due to the distance to the mic as well as some latency.
Then , if you dont compensate for that you would have predelay and phasing when deconvolving.
So how does one compensate for this delay ? What am I missing here.
I could use something like smaart to measure the delay but would that would not be sample accurate.
tomekslesicki last edited by
You could try to align the recorded sweep to the source audio with Sound Radix Auto Align.
dustbro last edited by
This is from Vexengo's website:
"Later, after performing the deconvolution, you may need to edit the resulting impulses to fit your needs. For example, you may need to cut the leading and/or trailing silence. Also, you may need to add fade-ins and/or fade-outs. Voxengo Deconvolver does not require the recording to be "in sync" with the test tone - you may add as much pre- and post-silence as you need."