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Are there any reasonably priced/ free laptop RTA programs?

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  • Wolf
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    SynRTA.
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  • DeZZar
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    REW (Room EQ Wizard) is precisely what you need then

  • aarond
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    Cool, I'll give REW a try, I've read good things about it in the past. a quick look at the page shows it'll work for what I need.

    Although I did ask about an RTA, like you guys guessed my interest revolves around speaker building. My immediate need is room analysis for (hopefully) easy to tame peaks.

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  • wogg
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    REW does have an RTA window.

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  • fpitas
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    Holm can be set to noise output, and only amplitude smoothing. Sort of like RTA. I use it that way sometimes just to get an idea what the room is up to, although I use the frequency dependent time-windowing a lot more often.

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  • DeZZar
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    I have TrueRTA and ultimately never use it.....REW does pretty much everything you'll need.

  • DeZZar
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    In the context of a speaker building forum I assume you just mean the ability to run sweeps and measure SPL at frequency - as in you're not specifically looking for only a Real Time Analyzer?

    REW (does include RTA)
    Holm Impulse (no RTA)
    ARTA (not sure if it has RTA)

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  • Are there any reasonably priced/ free laptop RTA programs?

    I'm curious about what might be available. A quick Google search shows that PE offers TrueRTA for about $40 which seems very reasonable. Anything else out there?
    Last edited by aarond; 02-15-2022, 07:34 PM.
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