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GLM requests for developers

raindog, modified 6 Years ago.

GLM requests for developers

Padawan Posts: 33 Join Date: 7/19/13 Recent Posts
Hello team
i would like to open this 3d for all, and this can be used for posts all of your impressions and experiences using GLM.
Also we can post some suggest changes to improve this great product.
Thanx
raindog, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: GLM requests for developers

Padawan Posts: 33 Join Date: 7/19/13 Recent Posts
First i would like to thank you all the teams that are involved in this project... very impressive!!!

after using glm for a while I would like to submit some requests to the team:

- under group, edit acoustic all i would like that when i apply some changes the windows of L/R channel does not disappear, and after i re-open the acoustic all of the same group the size and the position of the windows i wish they were in the same position when i close them.

- another request could be that when i modified a parameter on the left speakers automatically this can be applied to the right, just only add a button to modify both in the same time.

Thank you.
ilkka-rissanen, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: GLM requests for developers

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Hello,

I just sent this link to our software team so that they can follow it. Thank you! :)
alexpen, modified 5 Years ago.

Re: GLM requests for developers

Padawan Posts: 27 Join Date: 9/15/14 Recent Posts
Probably a bigger one :)
It would be great and very-very user friendly to be able to directly manipulate SPL graph, dragging with a mouse.
Just the same way the parametric eq works.

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ensoniq, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: GLM requests for developers

Padawan Posts: 47 Join Date: 5/30/15 Recent Posts
I agree here, it is kind of awkward to use the parameter sliders of the EQs. Also the Q factor I d like to be better / professional implemented with more Frequency Levels. So why not developing a "PRO Version" with more options (?) I d like to pay for this , like I pay for professional DAW Plugins. However ost demanding enhancement request :
please make the EQ section useable so that we can edit the EQ levels directly inside the Feq curves , like it is with the most of prof EQ DAW plugIns.

thanks for considering :-)
1038, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: GLM requests for developers

Jedi Master Posts: 340 Join Date: 4/6/09 Recent Posts
I think you are getting away from what GLM and AutoCal is designed for... It is for room compensation, AutoCal does not add any eq, it is subtractive....

I have never heard anyone improve the result of AutoCal, sure they have created a response that is subjectively more appealing to themselves, and i have created manual filters to suit specific applications... But as far as creating the most accurate in room response, AutoCal is i'd say impossible to beat...
askomiko, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: GLM requests for developers

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 1/23/14 Recent Posts
Hi!

I'd love if I could change the bass management crossover frequency in the final stage after all the calibrations. Now it lets me change the sub crossover, but the speakers stay at their initial crossover frequencies, which means that I have to back up into editing the group to change them. Not a big problem, since the calibrations can be skipped after that, but still a place for slight improved convenience.

Then some pipe dreams... if the GLM box itself could function as a USB -> AES/EBU -box, that would be lovely. All in one, greatly simplifying cable mess. And if the speaker control data could travel through those same AES/EBU cables or wirelessly. Magic. :)