Review: FuzzMeasure 4 Par SuperMegaUltraGroovy mesures de réponse acoustique de la pièce

If you do any mixing or production it's important to understand the best way to acoustically treat the room you use. That's where FuzzMeasure 4 comes in, helping you to make decisions from real data.  

Logiciel de mesure acoustique peut ne pas être aussi sexy que la dernière bibliothèque d'échantillons hautement scriptés ou l'émulation de votre morceau préféré de matériel vintage, mais si vous faites tout mélange ou la production dans votre studio du tout, il est tout aussi important. Acoustiquement le traitement d'une pièce peut être un processus intimidant, enveloppée de mystère et (parfois) les produits de poisson. Une façon d'assurer que ce que vous entendez dans le studio correspond à ce que les gens entendent dans le monde est de mesurer la réponse acoustique de votre pièce. FuzzMeasure 4 de SuperMegaUltraGroovy rend ce processus

What it Does

FuzzMeasure 4 est une application de mesure acoustique professionnelle qui mettra les informations dont vous avez besoin à portée de main dans un format facilement lisible. Ce

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With Great Power…

Ok, si vous faites un balayage avec FuzzMeasure 4, mais que faites-vous de cette information? Permettez-moi d'être clair, FuzzMeasure gagné

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Conclusion

FuzzMeasure 4 est l'outil que je absolument didn

Prix: 99 $ Personnel / $ 499 licence commerciale

Plus: Interface intuitive, configuration facile, beaux graphiques, excellente gestion de mesure, hautement personnalisable.

Moins: Je ne souhaite qu'ils avaient quelques conseils sur ce que les zones à problèmes signifient réellement ou quelques suggestions sur la façon de les aborder. Bien que nous ne devons ask.Audio pour ce genre de chose!

Web: http://www.supermegaultragroovy.com/products/fuzzmeasure/

Matt Vanacoro is one of New York’s premier musicans. Matt has collaborated as a keyboardist in studio and on stage with artists such as Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater), Mark Wood (Trans-Siberian Orchestra), Mark Rivera (Billy Joel Band), Aaron Carter, Amy Regan, Jay Azzolina, Marcus Ratzenboeck (Tantric), KeKe Palmer, C-Note, Jordan Knig... Read More

Discussion

Xtopher
How does this compare to REW (room eq wizard)?
http://www.roomeqwizard.com
Matt Vanacoro
I haven't had the chance to use REW. I've downloaded it and taken a look at the interface, and REW looks pretty amazing for a free tool! At a quick glance, I find FuzzMeasure to be definitely quite a bit more user friendly and a little easier to find what I need without 'digging'. Whether that is worth $99 to you or not is up to you. I also can't diminish the importance of good support, and SMUG (Super Mega Ultra Groovy) has been extremely responsive in the past when I've had questions about their software which I purchased.

I'm also not sure why they slant REW so much towards home theater. Many of the tools and titles seem to be slanted towards that and FuzzMeasure certainly 'feels' much more like a recording studio / live sound reinforcement tool. I'm certainly not saying you couldn't use REW for that purpose, I'm just pondering the slant in nomenclature.

I don't generally review free tools, as there's not much risk there. If you think you'll like it, download it! No risk there! I generally try to have the reviews of items that have a cost associated to them stand on their own, and compare it on its own merits. So many of us like different effects, DAW programs, and one person's favorite software has been the source of another person's frustration. I find it much more useful to simply provide a comprehensive and accurate review of what I'm looking at right in front of me. If you were thinking about looking at FuzzMeasure, I feel there's enough information there to help you decide if it's worth the purchase price. Cheers!

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