Originally Posted by Stereojeff
Indeed. Software and microphone are included. Please be advised that the setup is not currently Mac friendly.
Jeff can you be more explicit? I am exchanging emails with John on this topic. The usual setup for this sort of acoustic work is a microphone (typically XLR) into a pre-amp connected via USB to the computer and either digital coax or analogue from the pre-amp to the CB. I for example, use a Roland Quad Capture and top quality mic from iSEMcon. John mentioned the supplied mic "will have a USB input on it which feeds the computer". This setup sounds very odd. You've still got to deliver a sound signal to the CB from the computer. Also, I assume the mics will come with INDIVIDUAL calibration files. General calibration files are rather useless.
Please let us know which mic (and pre-amp) are included in the package.
Lastly, at the moment when running a digital connection to the CB from the preamp, the CB generates a loud "bump" (as opposed to a higher pitched pop) when the sine sweep signal is initiated. It does not do this when the received signal is analogue into the analogue inputs. Obviously this is not ideal when one is recording and analysing the response into the mic. Has this been tested?
SteveEdited by stevekale - 10/2/13 at 1:10am