Testing mics?

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You could probably modify the strategy for measuring frequency response discussed here: viewtopic.php?f=19&p=87057

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Yes! That can work, it is the referenced technique I mentioned in other similar threads. I am gonna edit that post soon with more details on how to do it.

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42low wrote:Are they 'Ardour' plugins? Or Jack plugins? (like some of his plugins are)
And is there a way to dowload all his plugins as a pack? (in synaptic for instance, were i find about 10+ of his plugins?)
I think that most of Fons software are JACK standalone programs. You can browse your package manager to see whether they are included in your distro repo. I remember JAAA and JAPA to be available on Ubuntu.

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Japa will work also with ALSA, and probably many other Fons utilities do.

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x42 made a LV2 version of Fons's auto tune program for use with Ardour, FYI.

https://github.com/x42/fat1.lv2

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Hi there! I just updated the tutorial with a method to test mics.

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42low wrote:
CrocoDuck wrote:I think that most of Fons software are JACK standalone programs.
Dmn, that's a skill i still lack. :?
I have ɓɐๅ ʇǝ̣ſ jack lack. :mrgreen:

Ok. Question still open then. :)
I think the same can be done also by using Baudline, both with JACK and ALSA. I think I will try it and maybe write a short tutorial for that too.

http://baudline.com/

Baudline is pretty good. If only it had logarithmic frequency plots...

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