Attaining accurate frequency response data from headphones and in-ear monitors has long been a ‘missing link’ in a quality monitoring signal chain.
Examining some of the major “links” individually and in more detail.
At its most fundamental level, effective acoustic design must start with these basic feasibility questions: Where can we put it? What does it look like? How much does it cost?
Equipment and theories come and go, but the basic building blocks of sound do not.
An approach that emphasizes innovative, cost effective solutions over trying to fix every problem with high-end technology.
Collecting SPL and sound exposure measurements from a series of concerts and putting the findings in context.
Three factors of roughly equal importance play the key role in good sound – and two out of three isn’t good enough.
Same feature set as Smaart v8.4 update offered for users looking to add SPL monitoring capability to additional computers without need to purchase additional installations of Smaart v8.