Official Arc System Wish List!

IK Product Manager, Lurssen Mastering Console, CSR (Classik Studio Reverb), and acoustic correction system ARC (Advanced Room Correction) System

Re: Official Arc System Wish List!

Postby DAVIDK@HUGHES.NET » Wed Sep 09, 2020 11:17 pm

1) I would love to see a delay time setting before measurement begins. Even though I am part of the room, I may want to get out of the room.

2) The ability to at least "See" the the analysis of each of the 21 measurements individually. This could be very useful. (I can use R.E.W. for this) but I hate R.E.W. all that loop back pain, all the settings, you spend hours analyzing your room only to find out your mic has been in the middle of a feedback loop. This has also happened with this soft ware. So a word of warning to all, make sure your software hears your mic but, your speakers don't!

3) The ability to take multiple random readings and average them before correction instead of following the set patterns. Of course, keep the patterns, They are simple and understandable.

4)Phase and Time alignment. This probably would propel this software out of the reach of most project studio owners but, it would be nice as an add on in the future.

5)The drop in volume after correction. I get it but, most won't. Allow for manual correction, such as an "only cut frequencies" feature and allow the user to set the "threshold" anything below that threshold is not boosted.

6)I am very pleased with the results I achieved in a very short time. Are they perfect? No, But in my room, and for my use, this dose the job and dose it well. Dose it need improvement? Yes but, it is better than most.
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Re: Official Arc System Wish List!

Postby topaz1 » Mon Oct 19, 2020 4:04 pm

Any news on the calibration file for Mems mic ?

It sure would make the mic a whole lot more use.

cheers ;-)
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Re: Official Arc System Wish List!

Postby » Thu Dec 03, 2020 10:34 pm

I'm wondering I have different trim-settings with my 3 speaker pairs with huge level differences.
I would absolutely like to set an save them by myself. Everytime I switch a profile and my monitor speakers I have different loudness levels - really annoying !
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Re: Official Arc System Wish List!

Postby Foxesden » Sun Dec 13, 2020 3:19 pm

System wide setup
- I tried equalizer apo and got white noise along with audio
- virtual cable and pedalboard 2, which adds a chunk of latency
custom presets
- default to loading the last preset used on the current install
- add more than 4 custom resets
- rename/label presets
- export a convolution as a stereo wav filter so I can use it on elsewhere.
- generate parametric eq as approximation
- maybe a visualiser to see the latency
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Re: Official Arc System Wish List!

Postby Foxesden » Sun Dec 13, 2020 3:32 pm

Sorry missed something.

I think that the order of recording height levels makes sense to me, but the order of recording within a level is too restrictive and in my room slowed down the process, as moving the microphone stand across the chair in a small room multiple of times is a pain.
Why not allow the user to choose which location to record, so that the user can choose the order?
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Re: Official Arc System Wish List!

Postby kaz911 » Mon Dec 21, 2020 12:13 am

Can we get a way to upload the ARC3 multipoint profiles - directly to the iLoud MTM to replace the single point calibration?
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Re: Official Arc System Wish List!

Postby rikiriki1997 » Wed Apr 07, 2021 4:12 am

This is a duplicate, but please forgive me as I am eagerly awaiting it.

Please implement your own driver or function to input the system output to ARC3 without the help of SAVIHost, VSTHost, VB Audio Virtual Cable, etc.

As long as this problem is not solved, my Windows output will be forced to choose between flat sound and low latency with the driver that come with the I/O.

One more thing. My room is so small that I'm afraid to put a microphone stand in it, so I use a boom stand. If you could provide instruction that would still allow me to accurately measure the acoustic environment, it would be great.
(I know this is a very small need, but it would be nice if you could be kind to minorities lol)
(I am Japanese and my English is not good. I hope my request is conveyed correctly....)
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