On Tue, 2010-08-03 at 21:38 +0200, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That would be great... right now I'm using a HPF/LPF pair for my tests
(butterworth 12dB/oct, supercollider) and placing them high enough that,
well, maybe both the loudspeakers and the subs are in a region that is
not right where they are transitioning (~70Hz).
But I'm not really sure how I can actually measure the bloody thing...
> The question I'm asking myself is how much
No easy answer. It looks like a complicated affair if you want to solve
it "perfectly". I would start with a "perfect" filter (assuming nice
loudspeakers) and leave further tweaking for other programs.
> Another question to two (Joern and Fernando) AMB nerds: does
This one I never thought about, but I guess it would become
indispensable once your native capture format is ambisonics. It would be
nice to have it but I don't have an application screaming for it right
Unrelated question, does ambdec do third order vertical? Will it?
(I'm going to have zenith and nadir speakers in the Listening Room so it
would be able to do 3rd order h and v).
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