Frequency Response Correction For Mac Publisher's description
from Stephan Hotto
The audio frequency reproduction in a normal listening room is not linear in its amplitude because of the room response which is defined by its resonances and reflections
The audio frequency reproduction in a normal listening room is not linear in its amplitude because of the room response which is defined by its resonances and reflections. It is possible to achieve a linear frequency response by equalizing the source signal.
How does Frequency Correction work?
The program provides different filter functions to equalize the source signal in a way that it is linear in its frequency response after passing the room and its characteristics.
How to measure the Room Response?
There are a couple of solutions in the market to measure the room response. The output is always the amplitude distribution over the frequency range of 0Hz to 20kHz.
By using the "Frequency Response Correction" application to reduce exaggerated and increase damped amplitudes in the measured room response it is possible to achieve a more linear overall frequency response.
System Requirements:. Java
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall