Microphone calibration

WinAudioMLS allows to calibrate the frequency response. One typical example are microphones. Their frequency response is not ideal. If you know the deviation from a reference measurement with a 'golden' microphone, you can enter it to a calibration file. A calibration file is a simple text file. WinAudioMLS supports two file formats. The first format contains pairs of frequency and level values. They must be entered in ascending order. They are not forced to be equal distant. WinAudioMLS interpolates the required values. Level can be either linear or logarithmic (dB). The second format is more related to the output of the FFT. All values are equal-distant and linear. The calibration data can be displayed for verification.




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Last modified: August 26, 2003