|21st September 2003, 07:38 PM||#11|
Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: Bath, UK
There's no need to give up!
Speakerworkshop is free although slightly rough and unintutive (www.speakerworkshop.com), a jig is recommended (about $20) and so is a mic pre amp (another $10). A basic Panasonic mic capsule is about $3 from Digikey or a calibrated version can be had for about 30 from Kim Guardin (sp?). A calibrated capsule is not essential IMHO as the basic mic is more or less flat (no worse than +/- 2dB IIRC).
I have my own unfinished jig schematics at...
... but Eric Wallins site has the 'official' version and he also includes a tutorial:
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