Setting up on Avid MTRX Studio

IMPORTANT! The calibration profile export feature is not available for trial licenses!

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In this article, we will go through the process of speaker calibration and applying the calibration profile for Avid MTRX Studio.

 

Measuring multichannel systems

To prepare your setup for the measurement, please ensure that:

  • If your audio interface or speakers has EQs and/or delays applied to the speaker outputs, you have turned off both EQs and Speaker delays for all of the channels.
  • If the bass management is applied to your setup, it is enabled before the measurement.
  • The measurement microphone is connected to your audio interface’s microphone input with +48v phantom power
  • For the measurements, you will need a microphone stand and an appropriate microphone clip for the measurement microphone. We highly recommend using both.

 

Exporting the calibration profile

With the measurement process completed and a calibration profile saved, please follow these instructions:

  1. Launch SoundID Reference standalone app
  2. Open your calibration profile
  3. Choose one of the three target curves - Flat Target, Dolby Atmos Music, Custom Target
  4. Export the calibration profile

IMPORTANT! The multichannel calibration profile can only be used as a Stereo (L/R channels) with SoundID Reference standalone app. If you need to adjust a Custom Target curve, you can playback media and listen to the changes you're making, the export will include the target mode selected and changes will apply to all the channels your system supports. Learn more here.

 

Importing the calibration profile in DADman Control Center

 

The export file will be saved as a text file containing all the information on each channel you have measured with the number of EQ lists covering Frequency, Gain, and Q. This data will have to be manually applied in the DADman Control Center software.

  1. Open the export file and launch the DADman Control Center app
  2. In the Monitor "Mon" section click on the Eq button
  3. Select your Left channel and copy the Delay value from the export file
  4. Click on 'Add eq.' in the Eq. Control section to the channel (amount should match the export file data)
  5. Copy/paste the Freq, Gain, and Q values accordingly to the channel Eq you have created

 

Learn more:

What's new in SoundID Reference for Multichannel?

Setting up on Multichannel speakers

Setting up with multichannel DAW plugin

 

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