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brp-pacu - dual fft live audio analysis program
This manual page documents briefly the brp-pacu program. This manual
page was written for the Debian distribution because the original
program does not have a manual page.
brp-pacu is an audio analysis tool to configure any sound system with
an equalizer. It compares the output of the system to the input of the
system and allows you to use this data to perform final equalization by
matching the results with actual DSP/EQ.
Channel 1 is the output of the system we are observing (measured),
channel 2 is the input (reference). You also need a decent calibrated
omnidrectional microphone (reasonably flat 20Hz-20kHz) and either a
USB-Preamp like the 2-channel M-Audio, or a mixer with a 30dB pad or so
going into the laptop mic input. No Pad is necessary if you are lucky
enough to have a laptop or PC with a line input. The headphone out
will have the pink noise.
brp-pacu works through Jack Audio Connection Kit.
This program takes no arguments
This manual page was written by Jaromír Mikeš <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
February 28, 2011 BRP-PACU(1)
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