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Old 13th March 2009, 03:39 AM   #21
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once i read that hybrid techniques like this will be usable in realtime when graphics cards reach 2tflops and 1 gigabyte of memory

last time i checked, we passed that mark quite a bit ago????
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Old 13th March 2009, 05:24 AM   #22
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http://isgwww.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/%7...007_RAUCGT.pdf

an older one
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Old 13th March 2009, 05:36 AM   #23
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once i read that hybrid techniques like this will be usable in realtime when graphics cards reach 2tflops and 1 gigabyte of memory

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last time i checked, we passed that mark quite a bit ago????
Well, even with that, it really takes quite a while to compute the results. Like a few hours to a day depending one room size and complexity.
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Old 13th March 2009, 07:47 PM   #24
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they are doing "small room" realtime hybrids with 25 fps visual feedback for last 2 years, better yet, listener position can be changed seamlessly , read those papers pls.
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http://www.cara.de/ENU/CARA/index.html
i'll definitly look it all
and if it is even interesting, i'll purchase it
80$ is ridiculous if it does even half of what is advertise
It does more than advertised. =) I can't believe they sell it for the price they do. I have not found 1/2 of all the settings yet.

It is meant for room simulation and speaker placement, tho. It's not speaker designer software.
Still, it allows you to do a pretty good model of your speaker if it's not in the library. It is important to have a good model of your speaker(s) so that the reflections can be calculated properly.

Can be fun to see the modeled differences that speaker placement and angle bring.
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Pano: good to hear about a user

so should we buy this software?
seriously..can't be a bad investment at that price

how "extensive" is the speakder modeling options?
would it allow very tall arrays ? OB ? IB ?

how would you rate it's usefullness for room prep and design ?


if it does more than what it advertised...one may only need to find a very good loudspeaker 3d design software and use both
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I would also take a look and what new features SoundEasy will come out with. It'll probably be 2~3 months till next release.
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