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Subject Mixer and "impulse response"

Date Wed Jun 9 2004 13:59
Author Lars Morset (support@winmls.com)

You do not have to use the WinMLS mixer, you can set the levels using the Windows mixer.

There has been improvement to the WinMLS mixer in the WinMLS 2004 beta version so the WinMLS mixer should work now.

Please visit
www.nvo.com/winmls/latestbeta
to get the latest version, also with the latest help section files.

The "impulse response" is the response we get when sending a short pulse through a system (e.g. a loudspeaker). Since using a short pulse itself does not give a god result, we use either MLS noise or a sine sweep to obtain the same thing. Read the WinMLS 2004 help file for more info.

Best,
Lars Morset

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