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Old 25th September 2011, 08:09 PM   #1
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Can anyone pls advise me what I need to run the fuzzmeasure on my mac

Where are the best places to get mic and other parts too please.

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Old 26th September 2011, 02:34 AM   #2
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A measure mic, and an ADC/DAC combo.

The cheap mic to get is a calibrated Behringer ECM8000 from Cross-spectrum. Iffy below 100 & above 10k but sufficient for most diyers purposes. For really serious stuff an Earthworks ($650+?).

Then you need an interface. I have an Edirol FA66 which connects by Firewire. There are quite a few other brands & they come in Firewire & USB. USB tends to run cheaper, but Firewire tends to run at higher sampling rates with less problems. My FA66 doubles as a Firewire DAC for my music server.

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Old 26th September 2011, 01:40 PM   #3
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Is there anything between the two mics ? not as high as 650 bucks but better than the ECM8000 ?

Is the ART Dual USB good enough or is it worth to get something better for measurement and design/set up ??

Audix Mic TM1 looks like a common mic too is that a step up or just fancier look ?

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I've never been able to afford more than the ECM8000 so have not done any serious shoping.

The ART Dual USB might do with the ECM, but step up to a more extended mic and you need something that does at least 24/96. It is also not clear whether it will output from the computer at the same time as you get input from the mics (a necessary feature)

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