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  1. I realize that there are some misunderstandings : Room Shaper is providing a new type of correction that can either be used - alone, for the ones looking at minimal correction not impacting the whole audio signal (transients for instance) - in combination with a more standard correction (filters) you can get from my service or any alternative solution like DEQX, Dirac, Acourate, etc..
  2. FYI I have added Mac versions of the Room Shaper plugin here I have made a revision of the Windows versions and added a standalone option that can be used as workaround for Roon users (see the tutorial available in the same directory, this option is valid if your DAC is directly connected to the PC running Roon)
  3. Yes the additional measurement positions are mandatory for phase (timing) correction. For levels correction I put more importance on the sweet spot measurement but consider as well the other ones to account for all possible slight variations (like head position)
  4. Ok, this should be linked to your configuration. I am not sure we can solve this issue but you can contact me at [email protected] to further dig into your case
  5. For Room shaper you can only measure listening position for left / right channel. The multi positions is for my DSP loudspeaker/room correction service.
  6. I advise you to try a DAW as VST host (like Reaper) as I got as well some issues with VSTHost previously
  7. What kind of VST host are you using ? do you have upsampling ? I have done some testing with similar computer resources as yours w/o issues up to 192 kHz
  8. The Windows version of the "Room shaper" plugin is now available. Some infos and download link can be found here
  9. Roon is not yet supporting external plugins but there are some workarounds like routing the output to a VST host or DAW. There are some examples on the Roon community.
  10. Hi all, things have been moving slowly but I am now close to have a product. I have been working on a new type of correction to address the uneven decay times coming from room resonances. As it is not standard filtering technique, I had to develop a specific plugin. The Windows version is under final testing and should be available within a month or so . Next step will be to adapt it for Mac...
  11. Thanks for all these feedbacks ! it is really encouraging. I am working on something new and will come back soon with more infos.
  12. @amir57bs FYI I am providing room correction & crosstalk reduction filters with super easy implementation in Roon My website : https://www.homeaudiofidelity.com/ Related discussion on Roon forum : https://community.roonlabs.com/t/roon-home-audio-fidelity-room-correction-convolution-filter-creation/29389
  13. Hello, FYI the service has been reviewed by C. Punter from Hifi -advice http://www.hifi-advice.com/blog/review/digital-reviews/audio-software-reviews/home-audio-fidelity-loudspeakers-room-digital-correction-services/ Conclusion is "So, clearly wholeheartedly recommended!" ?
  14. Hello, It is important to find small microphones so you can capture most of the influence of your ear shape. If you live in the US you can go for a model like this one https://www.soundprofessionals.com/cgi-bin/gold/item/SP-TFB-2 In Europe you can check this website http://www.soundman.de/fr/products/ (OKM I or II) Best, Thierry
  15. Hi, I usually explain the procedure by mail to the ones interested in using HQP instead of Roon. You can get in touch with me as some pre-processing is needed to convert the stereo files to mono ones. Best, Thierry
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