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Pascal GUERIN 27th July 2011 01:09 PM

Drawing Sofware
 
Bonjour,

I have seens many crossover drawing looking like this :

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Do you know which tool has been used for the drawin, is it only a drawing tool or a simulation software ?

Sorry for my english, i'm french and newby :)

percy 29th July 2011 03:16 AM

That is Speaker Workshop. Its free, but it has a bit of a learning curve. Try searching for online tutorials for crossover design using speaker workshop and it should get you started.

Pascal GUERIN 29th July 2011 05:35 AM

Thank you very much Percy :)

I've begin to work with PCD :

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Pascal GUERIN 29th July 2011 06:22 PM

Very nice software indeed Speaker Workshop :)

Aucosticraft 10th August 2011 02:11 PM

just wanted to know if Speaker workshop works on win7 ? it doesn't work well on my lappi with win 7 , it fails to get mic input.

Pascal GUERIN 11th August 2011 03:30 PM

You can use REW to get measurements and export/save files .frd and .zma format.
Then you can import them into SpeakerWorkshop.

In REW, select graph then -> Export -> measurement as text => <filename>. frd or .zma

Aucosticraft 17th August 2011 07:07 AM

ok..... Pascal, But just wanted to confirm if Speakerworkshop dont run on Win7 .

blakkshepeaudio 17th August 2011 07:59 AM

Speakerworkshop (very capable software with an initially extremely confusing workflow) works fine on my Win7 64bit platform, once you sort out the vagaries of Win7 sound. I don't use it for acoustic measurements - Holmimpulse suits my way of working much better.


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