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This is a new one to me. Was mentioned on another forum by a mixer who swears by it.

https://www.dsoniq.com/

Anyone use this?  A much more affordable alternative to Sonarworks and Slate VSX...

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I hadn't heard of this before so i posted thinking, now I've found one Larry doesn't know about!

Then I searched and found no less than FOUR other threads by Lars already!  True story.   😱

 

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1 minute ago, cclarry said:

 

Jeezums! You even beat me posting about you posting this before??   I think there's a glitch in the matrix!

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50 minutes ago, mibby said:

This is a new one to me. Was mentioned on another forum by a mixer who swears by it.

https://www.dsoniq.com/

Anyone use this?  A much more affordable alternative to Sonarworks and Slate VSX...

Check out the Toneboosters version, it doesn't do the room acoustic part, but it does the eq compensation for a fairly nice list of cans.

Demo is free, and the amount of the effect can be adjusted, which I like as I don't usually want 100% compensation bringing the curve to actual flat.  

https://www.toneboosters.com/tb_morphit_v1.html

As someone that owns a few of the cans on the list...way more cost effective solution.

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16 minutes ago, Brian Walton said:

Check out the Toneboosters version, it doesn't do the room acoustic part, but it does the eq compensation for a fairly nice list of cans.

Yes, that looks like straight ahead HP correction software .

There's also dearVR Monitor from Plugin Allince that does NO HP correction but had a bunch of different monitoring scenarios...  Not very cost effective though.

https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/products/dearvr_monitor.html

 

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Of particular note, it's cheaper to buy the Lite Version and the 3 Pack, at $54
than it is to buy the bundle of Lite and the 3 pack at $55?

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59 minutes ago, mibby said:

Yes, that looks like straight ahead HP correction software .

There's also dearVR Monitor from Plugin Allince that does NO HP correction but had a bunch of different monitoring scenarios...  Not very cost effective though.

https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/products/dearvr_monitor.html

 

Indeed it is.  I forgot to mention I also use Boz's mongoose and pan knob I find that helps with the whole headphone mix thing.  

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2 hours ago, Brian Walton said:

Indeed it is.  I forgot to mention I also use Boz's mongoose and pan knob I find that helps with the whole headphone mix thing.  

Rehead by Blue Cat is one more of the same functions

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interesting to see(hear) the direct comparising test of all mentioned stuff to find out the best one

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8 hours ago, cclarry said:

Of particular note, it's cheaper to buy the Lite Version and the 3 Pack, at $54
than it is to buy the bundle of Lite and the 3 pack at $55?

Haha! I actually noticed this as well!

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