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Dayton Audio mic calibration file details

Ok, I ended up also asking their tech support and the answer is: The gains in the file represent the correction curve. That is: The values as given in the file, when applied to the input signal, ...
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Do professionals calibrate the monitoring environment to personal hearing capabilities?

This may be down to personal preference, but I keep my studio monitors flat - even though I have about 3dB [subjective] hearing loss above about 6kHz in one ear. It was caused by illness, not by ...
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Microphone polar plot measurement frequencies

When you can see various frequencies in the polar plot, it means the measurement have been made several times with pure sinusoids at the given frequencies. Notice that to measure frequency response of ...
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Advice on calibrating complex stimuli that vary in amplitude and also decay over time

I don't know if there's an instrument that can measure this but you can calculate the RMS value of complex waveforms in many ways. It would include some maths so I would personally recommend using ...
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Microphone polar plot measurement frequencies

In addition to what @audionuma said, the frequencies you'd use will depend on the frequencies that you're interested/recording. If I'm mainly recording speech, and somehow need to correct for mic ...
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Do professionals calibrate the monitoring environment to personal hearing capabilities?

Individual hearing abilities don't really factor into the discussion beyond preferences for certain equipment or room designs. Outside of building a better listening space (eg. control room) and ...
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Does speaker calibration software reduce the life-span of the speakers?

You don't see it on consumer units because consumers don't need it enough to pay for it, nor could most of them tell the difference anyway judging by what most people's TV's & HiFi's sound like ;) ...
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