The whole point of the process is that you can't base anything off of the headroom head-mic because of its inherent non-linearities. The goal of my equalization was to attempt to smooth out the peaks/nulls throughout frequency sweep, meaning that to my ears the frequency sweep keeps the steadiest "perceived" level throughout the range. I'm still not quite sure what pure, flat-response pink noise is supposed to sound like, so that didn't factor in as heavily when creating the curve. I still think there is room for improvement on this curve and once I get as close to linear response as I care to go I will then attempt to find a curve that sounds "good" to my ears. Who knows? Maybe I might end up thinking that a near-linear response sounds best to my ears, we'll see.
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4/2/09 at 3:59pm