From what I understand, this is supposed to be a mastering tool of sorts. "Get my song to sound like ______________." The overall answer to your question is, to use a tool like this effectively, your room should be effectively treated. If the room is adding "badness," you won't be able to truly evaluate what a tool like this is doing to your music.Originally posted by Northeastmusic:
My question is, using a device like the dbx DriveRack Studio (which is a speaker switcher/emulator and RTA with GEQ built in to automatically tune the room) - has anyone noticed improvement in how mixes translate to other rooms or systems?
Sorry to hear you won't be coming back. :(In addition, I have the typical Auralex foam (bought years ago, don't think I would again) on the walls and a good deal of bass trapping - any thoughts on what might tighten up the sound even more?
Regardless, anything you can share about the specifics of your treatments?