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    Viesturs

    Hi,

    If I understand your question correctly, our individual calibration for headphones already comes with a separate correction curve for each channel. Could you explain in more detail what you mean by hearing sensitivity compensation?

    Since the averaged calibration profiles included with the plugin are created from several measurements of a particular headphone model, we have decided that a single curve for both channels provides a better approximation of their frequency response.

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    Bardamu

    He probably means a way to further EQ the response for each ear because he has hearing problems in one ear. That can be done using another EQ plugin in a chain though.

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    Uber Nemo

    Sorry for the delay. Yes Bardamu understood exactly. I know it can be done approx. with another (dynamic) EQ plugin, just thought it would be more convenient in your software and could also account for headphone sensitivity, loudness compensation, etc. all in one place.

     

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    Viesturs (Edited )

    Thanks for the explanation, Bardamu!

    I will record this as a feature request, however, I must say that we don't currently plan to implement features that give users more control over the correction curves. If you have frequency response data for your ears, we could theoretically modify your individual calibration profile so that it takes into account the hearing differences of your ears. Please submit a support ticket about this if you're interested.

     

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