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    Devil's Advocate Adam_MSS's Avatar
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    Don't pay much attention to the LF information from the second round of measurements. It really wasn't a well controlled test and the gating indicators are up near 1khz for the MLS signal (which is different than pink noise, it's white).

    I can't get TrueRTA to install on windows 7 or I'd get a more comparable measurment.
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    ok Adam, then it looks pretty ok.

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    So did the Audyssey mike work for anyone else?
    "Of course, the laws of science contain no matter and have no energy either and therefore do not exist except in people's minds. It's best to be completely scientific about the whole thing and refuse to believe in either ghosts or the laws of science. That way you're safe. That doesn't leave you very much to believe in, but that's scientific too."

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    it doesn't work on my 1st gen iPod touch and iPhone.

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    "Of course, the laws of science contain no matter and have no energy either and therefore do not exist except in people's minds. It's best to be completely scientific about the whole thing and refuse to believe in either ghosts or the laws of science. That way you're safe. That doesn't leave you very much to believe in, but that's scientific too."

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    I grabbed the JL Audio Tools... but need a microphone for the Touch.

    Anyone try one of these yet? Blue Microphones | Mikey for iPod - ideal for vocals, room mixing for drums, electric guitar amps, and difficult brass instruments

    I was in my local Apple store burning up a gift certificate yesterday and one of their Geniuses suggested it.

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    The JL tools is nice. A GREAT ice-breaker to what the real stuff will do. ;)

    I use my iPhone a lot recently, not as much as smaart but I can ring a room out right quick with it. In fact Smaart/macbook failed BAD at a gig and the iPhone and old-school ingenuity prevailed...... setting up an articulated line array... in a small room.

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    Cool.

    For me, the ice breaker of JL Tools is just fine until I get myself a bit more educated and experienced with what I'm doing and (hopefully) understanding why I'm doing it.

    Baby steps are just fine for me at this point.

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