Originally Posted by sdurani
The upcoming AES Convention in a couple of weeks has a workshop/seminar titled "Digital Room Correction - Does It Really Work?"
On the panel are Bob Katz from Digital Domain Mastering, Floyd Toole of Harman, Curt Hoyt of Trinnov and Will Eggleston of Genelec.
Would love to be a fly on the wall in that room.
Is there any news from this? It was last week and I cant find much about it.
I am skeptical about room correction as I personally have much more enjoyable soudn with YPAO turned off. But mine only measures and adjusts for one position....I cant recall where I saw it but someone was sayign that it may correct the sound for that one position in the room but screws it all up for the rest.
Therefore I think the next time around I will make sure to get a AVR or some sort of system that can measure a wide variety of spots in the room.
I personaly think you need to look at the room first and then EQ but I know that for many that is not a possibility.