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Old 14th January 2012, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default Enclosure simulation on Ipad?

Hi, new to loudspeaker design and the iPad.

Are there any program's/apps to design and run sims for various loudspeaker designs using the Ts figures etc?

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Old 15th January 2012, 07:03 AM   #2
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Ok, I guess not! I have done a search in app store and not found any, Just thought I'd ask.

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Old 11th February 2012, 09:28 PM   #3
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Benn looking myself, the App store has some very aggravating quirks. I hate it when I look at an app it makes me start all over when I return to looking at the apps.
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On the mac I had some nice software for box simulations in OS 7.5 those were the days. There are several good online simulators that you can run in your web browser regardless of platform
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On the mac I had some nice software for box simulations in OS 7.5 those were the days. There are several good online simulators that you can run in your web browser regardless of platform
Do you recall what was it called? Or links to the web apps perhaps? There's a package based on Sheepshaver called Classic On Intel (COI) that is essentially an emulator that supports OS 9 (but not 9.1). That might just run the old app. It would probably be cleaner if it ran in Virtual Box or another VM. I should dig deeper and see if someone has come up with a way to do that. It would be nice if it were just like firing up Ubuntu.
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