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Hi

I am trying to measure frequency response of some plugins and my audio hardware with SPAN.  I tried passing just a simple sine wave sweep through SPAN.

So my results are like on this printscreen:

http://www.dr.oknet.pl/pliki/KVR/sinesweep.jpg

Shouldn't the frequency response be flat?  I mean like a holizontal line?

cheers

milosh


Set the "Slope" control to 0 - then you'll get your flat(ish) frequency response.

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Thanks !!  It works!
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