Using the test tones that Vovengo Deconvolver generates, I record wav files with IR's.
I then trim the files to match up with the sweep start of the tones that Voxengo Deconvolver generates.
Sometimes that works well, other times I get strange frequency responses after running Deconvolver.
When I get strange responses, I usually add 0.010 of digital silence to the beginning of the file I recorded, and that usually solves the odd frequency response problem, sometimes it doesn't.
Is there a standard amount of time that should be present at the beginning of the recorded file before the recorded sweep starts playing in order for the deconvolver to work consistently?
I do not see any documentation on your site about silence before the recorded sweep but only extra file length after the recorded sweep.
If you email me, then I can send you my sweep and convolved file example to try for yourself in order to troubleshoot, if this is not a known issue.
Thanks for the help.
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