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I have impulsed a number of ways. Balloon pops, belt snaps and tone sweeps through speakers. I like the speaker sweeps the best. Sound Forge comes with acoustic mirror and you can find the tone sweeps on their site. Acoustic mirror can deconvolve after you record the sweep. Voxengo deconvoler is another great one that you can even batch process. It can also ...


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I haven't got around to creating IRs with 7 yet, but the IRs I created with 6 (with pictures) transferred just fine. Essentially, you just put pictures in a folder with the IRs: "---|" = Folder ---| My IR ------ My IR.jpg ------| My IR Audio --------- My IR Stereo.sd2 --------- My IR Mono.sd2 Structuring your IRs/images in folders like this should ...


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The phase characteristic of a sweep signal is linear, starting from 0 and increasing over time up to 2*Pi. For a very clear explanation of this, I suggest you see the paper Transfer-Function Measurement with Sweeps from Swen Müller and Paulo Massarani. If you use a sweep signal to measure an impulse response, the phase curve will have to be compared to ...


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