Exporting a calibration profile for supported integration devices

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Exporting calibration profiles (stereo)

With the SoundID Reference 5.1.0 version release, you can now export calibration profiles for your headphones and speakers. The exported file will include the data/information you currently have pre-selected in SoundID Reference. The calibration profile can then be uploaded to integrated hardware (DSP-enabled speakers, audio interfaces, etc. - full list below).

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NOTE! This feature is available in SoundID Reference 5.1.0 and later. Download here.

 

The exported calibration profile will include

A successful profile export will generate a .bin file which will include almost all of your assigned settings  (your preset data) with a couple of exceptions that will be handled on the integration device instead:

  • Calibration profile: the selected speaker or headphone correction curve data
  • Dry/Wet: the level of calibration applied
  • Target curve: the selected target mode, with all of your custom settings applied
  • Safe Headroom: the upper limit of the output gain that prevents clipping
  • Listening Spot (speaker profiles only): volume and timing differences measured between speakers
  • Limit Controls (speaker profiles only): frequency range affected by calibration

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IMPORTANT! Only selected and enabled features in SoundID Reference will be exported. Make sure the Calibration is Enabled in SoundID Reference, so the features are successfully included in the export.

 

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NOTE! By default, the exported calibration profile (a .bin file) will be saved in the following directory:

  • Windows:
    AppData\Local\Sonarworks\SoundID Reference\Sonarworks Projects\Exported Presets
  • macOS:
    ~Library/Sonarworks/SoundID Reference/Sonarworks Projects/Exported Presets

 

Is everything being processed from the exported calibration?

No, your target device may use its own processing for features like:

  • Output gain: output gain control will take place on the integration device
  • Filter type: processing will take place on the integration device, using its own filter solution
  • Safe headroom: the values are exported in the profile, applied via functionality on the integration device

 

Integrated hardware devices

For a definitive list of exact features included in the exported profile, see details in the dedicated profile export articles for our current integration partners:

 

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