Originally Posted by arnaud
Cool, I'll check the posts darinf. Sounds totally possible (extracting the realiser's out/in transfer function or impulse response in order to recover the PRIR and possibly combined with HPEQ correction in a standard format). Again optical in / out would let get a pretty clean result (no unnecessary D/A A/D). Main benefit is that, for computer use, you indeed could then just convolve on the fly instead of having to duplicate the whole library into personalised binaural format. Imagine when you want to try a different headphone / speaker...
Humm, that 's a brilliant idea actually!
FYI, I just finished trying to get FooBar2000 to play back a sample PRIR as per Jurgen's instructions. It works!!!
I have yet to compare it to the Realiser output, but through FooBar2000, it sounds pretty good! I am still trying to figure out the details, but I was able to load my Cello 3.0 PRIR and it works in real-time.
I need to figure out how to create a bunch of presets for each PRIR. (Edit: I just figured out how to set presets to change PRIR's. Now I can have as many presets as I want instead of just the 4 on the Realiser!)
This method also does not incorporate an HPEQ. (If I use IEM's, then the HPEQ isn't used anyway.)
So now, using my USB sound card, I can listen to any music on my laptop as if it was playing through the Realiser, but without bringing the Realiser with me. This is very exciting. For example, rather than buying a second Realiser to have at work or in the bedroom, you can just use a laptop of work computer to enjoy your Realiser sound!
Jurgen's instructions were pretty good, but it still took some figuring out to get it all working. (Thank you Jurgen, "Jlejle"!!!)
Edited by darinf - 10/22/12 at 6:34pm