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  • How do I save a modified curve?

    Using OmniMic, I saved a curve and trimmed it to a certain frequency. How do I save this modified curve to another curve name? When I try to right click the curve and click "save", the software saves the active curve not the modified one. Thank you.

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    If I'm looking to splice two measurements (assuming that's what you are trying to do here), I start out by hiding the main curve ("Hide Main" button below the frequency response graph), load the first curve by using the "Add" curve feature, trim it to the desired frequency, and then use the "save as modified" button in the "Add" curve feature. Directly to the right of the "save as modified" button, you'll see the "save spliced to another". You can use that button to splice two curves together and save them as one. Hope this helps.

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    • #3
      Here's the pop-up that I get; unfortunately it doesn't have the same options as yours. I'm running version 4.02, which was published in 2012. I'm guessing that is the issue.

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      • #4
        You might check with PE/Dayton to see if you can get the latest version of the software? Worth a shot. I wouldn't think it would be an issue, but also be sure to ask if your mic will still work with the new software. Sorry I couldn't be more help to you, I'm running version 4.7 from 2014.
        My "No-Name" CC Speaker
        Kerry's "Silverbacks"
        Ben's Synchaeta's for Mom
        The Archers
        Rick's "db" Desktop CBT Arrays
        The Gandalf's

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        • #5
          I downloaded the latest version of the Omnimic software from the Dayton Audio website, and I can now save modified curves, etc. Thank you.

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          • Kevin K.
            Kevin K. commented
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            Glad I could help.
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