Volumio2 parametric equalizer plugin

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Volumio2 parametric equalizer plugin

Postby Thilo » Fri Jul 12 2019 07:22

balbuze wrote:Hi! Thank you!
For Iphone, I can't tell... But for PCC (win, linux) you can use REW, a very powerful tool for measurement.
And I suggest you to use brutefir plugin,, you get something very good in a easy way ! : https://github.com/balbuze/volumio-plugins/tree/master/plugins/audio_interface/brutefir3

Thanks Balbuze, this sounds very promising! So what I measure in REW will be loaded into the brutefir plugin? After that no other equalizer will be needed?
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Volumio2 parametric equalizer plugin

Postby balbuze » Fri Jul 12 2019 18:24

hi!
the most important is to make a good measure from your listening point for both channel separately.
once it is done, you export impulse (for each chanel) and copy the file in /brutefirfilters/filter_sources
After that go in the plugin setting and usr 'DRC-FIR' to generate your filters. once it is done, select filters for each channel, apply, it's done! you have now a room equalized system ;)
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Volumio2 parametric equalizer plugin

Postby Juan » Fri Jul 12 2019 19:08

Hello,
Should this plugin work in Volumio Primo?
I have installed it but does not output any sound.
Thanks.
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Volumio2 parametric equalizer plugin

Postby Thilo » Today 09:38

balbuze wrote:hi!
the most important is to make a good measure from your listening point for both channel separately.
once it is done, you export impulse (for each chanel) and copy the file in /brutefirfilters/filter_sources
After that go in the plugin setting and usr 'DRC-FIR' to generate your filters. once it is done, select filters for each channel, apply, it's done! you have now a room equalized system ;)

Hi Balbuze, I have the UMIK-1 connected to REW on a laptop. Is there a way to send the measurement signal from REW to volumio on the PI? In the REW soundcard preferences I don't see an option for that. Thanks!
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