Originally Posted by bwaslo
Pre-official-download of the new version of Omnimic software. I'll be doing a short talk on this at the MWAF next Saturday.http://www.libinst.com/Omnimic/OmniMicInstall.exe
Features in this version:
- Automatic (or manual) equalization parameter export to MiniDSP, can work on average responses at multiple seating positions.
- Built-in Z-Axis offset calculator for determining depth differences between tweeters and midranges, allows accurate crossover design.
- text notes can be added onto Snapshot files for publishing online
- Speech Transmission Index (STI) and RASTI calculated in the Energy Time Curve display.
- Dual tone sine/square wave generator for computer soundcard
- Zooming, smoothing, and multiple curves in the ETC plot.
- Can download microphone calibration files directly from the web.
- Longer time lengths supported in waterfalls and Wavelet spectrograms for room analysis
- 690msec WAV file export for impulse responses
- Phase display in Added Curves
- Easy curve splicing (such as joining tweeter and woofer curves) for display
- New math function for main curve: vector sum with data from saved FRD files, with delay adjustment
- Compatible with V1 or V2 hardware
I have tried the Align two speakers in "time of arrival" at a listening position
Arrange your system so that the Test Track sound plays out of both speakers you are working with, but with any other speakers silent. Choose the Frequency Response page and play the indicated track with the microphone set at the desired position. Set the control that is near the top to "blended" and observe the Impulse Response display. If there is a time of arrival difference between the two speakers, you should be able to see two impulse peaks. The one to the left (near the 0 msec point) is from the speaker with the earlier delay time, the other is for the later one. If you have an electronic delay unit, adjust the delay applied for the earlier speaker so the peaks become superimposed. If you have more than two speakers you wish to align together, choose the latest (the one making the right-most peak) to be the reference and delay the others to align to its peak.
I impulse looks different to what the diagram looks like in the manual.
The two peaks don't look as clear / standout.
Please can you advise / try some possibilties?
Also does the EQ apply to any equalizer or just the MiniDSP?