Would Audacity not also be an option? It is free and open source.http://audacity.sourceforge.net/?lang=en
Robert in misty Brussels
On 6/29/07, regtas43 <regonaudio@...> wrote:
Here are a few sites.
Note that although the cost of Liberty Praxis is fairly high, you can
get FREE a demo version that will let you do RTA(I think) just to get
into this stuff.
If you just google "audio measurement software"
you will get a big list of stuff. Then you can read through
and try to find what you need --for the least money.
Liberty, ETF, and Audio Precision are standard items, well known to
be good(along with some others), but they are not cheap. However,
some of the software packages are very cheap indeed(things like $24)
from some other producers.
Please note that this is not an endorsement of anything in particular.
I know of these things only by word of mouth. Except for Liberty-
I use that. It is really good but is a pro system and costs pro
money. (If you are going to use it every day of your working life,
spending something on it becomes extremely reasonable!)
But I am sure that somewhere in all this stuff that turns up when one
googles is something useful and plausible in price for non-pros.
I would try Liberty Praxis demo mode first--this is a free download!!
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