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Old 28th March 2010, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default software to compare wav to wav played back through speaker?

I'm looking for a means to roughly view and record loudspeaker compression using a brief high crest factor odaiko drum transient by analyzing harmonics of the original wav taken from cd and comparing that to a recording of the same wav played back through the speaker (and amp) under test. What software, preferably free, will work and is appropriate?
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Do not be surprised very much if the two things will not be even in nodding acquaintance with each other.
This is an interesting thought otherwise.
Audacity good, free.
But with a what kind of microphone you think of it, and with what kind of sound card?
From the price of a good gauge microphone complete high-end it is possible to build up a system.

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