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Arvindmundhe
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What is more effective for room tuning? Pink Noise + RTA or an analyzed sine sweap?

My room is treated appropriately, I'm just fine tuning the speakers. Im using REW software with an ECM8000 mic. In short, I know what I'm doing, but am looking for outside advice on a more effective method of fine tuning.

Ive done both PN+RTA and a sine sweap+REWs EQ correction. I'm worried that reflections from my desk, controller, and computer are affecting the EQ correction too much. If I use a sine sweap however, I cannot be sure how effective the suggested EQ correction from REW is since I have no way of applying it to my outputs.

Note: I'm also running a 5.1 system with Pro Tools Ultimate. All my EQ correction has been done with a linear EQ (multi mono Fab Q2) on the master output along with Waves 360 manager.

All the room correction software is out of the question for me. Ive used it before, but none of it can do 5.1 and I really don't need it since I'm doing literally the same thing.

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Arvindmundhe wrote:
Arvindmundhe wrote:

All the room correction software is out of the question for me. Ive used it before, but none of it can do 5.1 and I really don't need it since I'm doing literally the same thing.

Why do you say "but none of it can do 5.1." There are many room correction programs that will do 5.1.

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