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Old 28th July 2006, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default FRD Consortium: FRC problem

I feel stupid on this one, but I'm checking out the FRD Consortium tools and I cannot get the FRC tool to properly resample/extend the loaded curves. I load my measurements and simulations, they show up as expected, I enter into the normalizer, fill in the red numbers of samples and start/end freq., I select appropiate top/low slopes, and then executes the individual transformations... What happens? the FRC stretches the curves over the entire band (closed box rolloff becomes essentiallly a diagonal line) instead of appending anything.. What silly mistake am I doing?
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Old 29th July 2006, 06:43 PM   #2
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Similarly, when I select "resample only, preserve bandwidth" of a frd file with 200 samples, resampling to 400 samples, the result is that the data fills the first 200 samples of the data range, leaving the following 200 samples blank (0dB).. Is this a problem with my Office XP, or is it related to how I use the spreadsheet? Sup, please.
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I have had the same problem.......hoping someone can help
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Question ping pong

any feedback on this? Are there other tools that will work on resampling FRD files? I can write my own macros, but I'd rather not..
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I haven't worked with this program for quite some time. You might want to post on the Madisound board where the majority of the authors tend to be very involved.

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