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A convolution based alternative to electrical loudspeaker correction networks
A convolution based alternative to electrical loudspeaker correction networks
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Old Today, 07:27 AM   #761
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I would try changing the PSInterpolationType value to L or R, S as used in that script will not have the output track the target very well as it is using a bilogarithmic scale.

Sometimes that can useful to generate curves that are hard to specify as a target but I prefer to get what I asked for
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