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Old 02-04-2010, 09:15 AM   #1
1tommysk
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Loudspeaker measurements - waterfall graphs


Hello out there.

I am a new Ubunto user with some Linux background in my work as mechanical engineer.

My wisch is to use the computor to improwe my loudspeaker designing.
To make measurements and visualise the sound as frequency, phase and Waterfall graphs. And mabe later adapt the measurements according to my intentions.

I have been searching the net quite a lot and my question is:

Does anybody know a reliable Linux program for loudspeaker measurements?

Kind Regards / Tommy
 
Old 02-04-2010, 09:57 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by 1tommysk View Post
Hello out there.

I am a new Ubunto user with some Linux background in my work as mechanical engineer.

My wisch is to use the computor to improwe my loudspeaker designing.
To make measurements and visualise the sound as frequency, phase and Waterfall graphs. And mabe later adapt the measurements according to my intentions.

I have been searching the net quite a lot and my question is:

Does anybody know a reliable Linux program for loudspeaker measurements?
Searching alot? I entered "linux loudspeaker design" into Google, and got:

GSpeakers
KFilter
QLoud
N.A.O.S. Speaker Box
Speaker Workshop

from just the first few hits. Also, if you're a mechanical engineer, shouldn't you be able to spell "computer" correctly?
 
Old 02-05-2010, 06:28 AM   #3
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Hello TBOne.

Thank you for your engagement, I have been examining Speaker Workshop a few weeks ago and it is a Windows 95/98/2000/Me/XP based program designed to test speaker drivers and design speakers.

What I miss in this program is the possibility to present Waterfall diagrams and a straightforward way to install it on Ubunto.
I want to use the power and stability in Linux to aid my sound designing.

There is a load of Windows based commercial and not commercial programmes around but I am trying to avoid installing a unreliable commercial system on my computer again. It feels so useless when there is no human community feeling in the computer world i take part in.

I would like to rekommend Eckhart Tolles book "A new world to you, as you are a senior member you will certainley be able to comprehend the subject and find it very rewarding.
After you have read the book you are most welcome to E-mail your response on the book to me.

With kind greetings / Tommy
 
  


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