MathAudio Room EQ - Room & Speaker Correction
Ozaki EM-92123 computer speakers were placed in a conventional room. The sound was recorded using the Behringer ECM8000 measurement microphone.
You can hear that the original sound of the speakers is not similar to the test sound because the imperfect speakers and imperfect room distort the sound. However, the corrected sound of the speakers is similar to the test sound because the acoustic imperfections of the room and the acoustic disadvantages of the computer speakers were corrected by Room EQ.
|Test sound (original MP3 music)|
|Original sound of Ozaki EM-92123 (microphone recording)|
|Corrected sound of Ozaki EM-92123 (microphone recording)|
MathAudio Microphone Corrector
These sound samples were recorded to demonstrate the replication capability of MathAudio Microphone Corrector. Well known Shure SM57 was used as a reference microphone. The sounds of Shure SM57 and Oktava MD-200 were recorded simultaneously.
Compare the original sounds of Shure SM57 and Oktava MD-200 - they are different.
Compare the original sound of Shure SM57 with the corrected sound of Oktava MD-200 - they are similar.
|Original sound of Shure SM57|
|Original sound of Oktava MD-200|
|Corrected sound of Oktava MD-200|
MathAudio Pickup Corrector
These sound samples demonstrate the similarity between the sound of a microphone and the corrected sound of a piezoelectric pickup. The sounds of the Shure SM57 microphone and a piezoelectric pickup of an acoustic guitar with metal strings were recorded simultaneously.
|Original sound of the microphone|
|Original sound of the piezoelectric pickup|
|Corrected sound of the piezoelectric pickup. The "Air" feature is activated.|