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GLM Settings

gfpcj, modified 5 Years ago.

GLM Settings

Youngling Posts: 8 Join Date: 1/7/17 Recent Posts

I use a 5.1 system with 8240a for LCR, 8330a for surrounds, and a 7260a for sub. I use the GLM 2.0 software which is great and love the room calibration and setup.

I use this with ProTools 11 and and Avid Omni interface. I like to use the monitor controller on the Omni as it's close to hand and can easily switch between different monitors etc. My question is, when doing room calibrations with my Omni, should I have the GLM software fader set at 0dB or should the fader be lower? The presets are at -30 and -50 so are those the advised levels? How is this set and what is best for the speakers? I like to have the Omni setup so I can use the SPL calibration on it so would be great to know what is best for the GLM software.

Many thanks,
markus-kahelin, modified 5 Years ago.

Re: GLM Settings

Jedi Knight Posts: 109 Join Date: 3/16/10 Recent Posts

With external volume control, you can set the GLM volume to be on full = 0. In case the usable range on your volume control seems too small, you can drop the GLM volume to -15.