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I am using FuzzMeasure to check the response of my new room. Is it best to take measurements from one speaker at a time, or both at once? And, is it a good idea to measure with one speaker in a low corner, and the mic in a high corner in order to identify the modes in the room, as I have read about?
And once this is done, do you tend to tune low-frequency trapping (DIY perforated panel traps, in my case) for the observed peaks in the LF response at the listening position, or do you target the peaks in the modal response that is observed from measuring in the corners, probably in combination with the theoretical modal response based on room dimensions?
I assume that the peaks in the LF response I observe at the listening position are partially from constructive interference of sound waves of different frequencies than the resultant peaks.
thanks for your replies,