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Disable dirac time delay and gain 2 years 5 months ago #40489

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Hi,

In the full version of Dirac you can disable gain and delay in the filters, is that possible with the SHD. If not is it a valid workaround to adjust back to "0", in the output control of the SHD plug-in.

I don't have any use for delay and gain, and it is most likely there because of the mic not being 100% center during the first measure.

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Disable dirac time delay and gain 2 years 5 months ago #40766

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@Rasmus

It's not possible to disable the delay adjustment but typically wouldn't be required (as you do want timealignment part of the computation being done by Dirac Live). Even if you're dead center, your room acoustic (i.e. way waves will bounce) might offset the image.

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Disable dirac time delay and gain 2 years 5 months ago #40769

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Thank you for replying.

I have played around all weekend and learned that the time and gain alignment changes with the target curve and how much gain you add, so everything makes more sense now :-)
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