I'm not really the right person to answer your question, but maybe this
and some of the links off it will help. The "virtual microphone" paper
referenced about a third of the way down gives more detail.
On 06/06/2018 17:23, David Pickett wrote:
> Pardon my ignorance, but may I ask, for information, about these
> calibration files in the form of IIRs? How do these relate to the
> A-format wavfiles of a first order microphone? Or are they used as a
> means of converting the raw capsule signals into A-format by some kind
> of concatenation, or other algorithm? What is the relationship
> between IIR files and the .WAV format referred to in the last line below?
> Perhaps, because of my ignorance, I am asking the wrong questions and
> maybe all this is written up somewhere; in which case, I should be
> glad to know where I can read about it.
> Many thanks!
> At 01:01 06-06-18, Gerard Lardner wrote:
>> What A-format to B-format VST encoders exist that can encode
>> recordings from an ambisonic microphone for which I have calibration
>> files in the form of IIRs? I can use the stand-alone version of
>> VVMic; it works well. But is there a reliable VST equivalent that
>> will use the same calibration files?
>> I know about VVEncode; but I am having some problems with it. I think
>> these may be down to my PC rather than to VVEncode, which is why I
>> would like to try an alternative.
>> The mic in question is a Brahma, but it was re-calibrated in VVMic
>> A second question: Is there any way to convert calibration files from
>> IIR format (as used by VVMic) into .WAV format (as used by X-Volver
>> or Brahmavolver) and vice versa?
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