EASERA SysTune

EASERA SysTune 1.0

By using this tool you can take accurate acoustical measurements in real time
4.0  (1 vote)
1.3
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SysTune represents a remarkable step forward in its ability to take accurate acoustical measurements in real time even when an audience is present. It acquires Impulse Response data using live program material and simultaneously displays time-domain and frequency-domain measures in real time and automatically produces accurate, repeatable measurements.

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