2016 System Update
I am still using Rephase to build the crossovers, and the combination of Room EQ Wizard and DRCdesigner.
I have moved away from Foobar to Logitech Media Server using the local player plugin. This allows me to integrate Tidal with a remote, and make use of the sox resampler built into local player.
Local player outputs to Reapers Asio driver without issue.
I still use reaper to process the audio and run the crossovers with some minor differences. I am now using Reaverb, the built in convolution engine to run the FIR crossover filters and DRC correction filters. I also found that setting the volume levels for the individual drivers in Reaverb works better than using the setting in the I/O panel, as the level meters are not affected by the setting in the I/O panel, meaning you could potentially be clipping without the meter displaying it.
I have changed the Behringer sound card for a new PC using a Lynx AES16 and an Apogee Rosetta 800. I have also recently built a 10w Mini Aleph amplifier to power the horns.
Is it the squeezeplay you use?
How do you deal with overall volume control, from squeezeplayer only by remote.
Yes, squeezeplay/local player. I use the volume on squeeze player, I do plan to build a 6 channel pre amplifier.
I have a similar setup in my test bench. Nice work you got there. . Where do you cross those 10″ inch to the horn?
Can you possible e-mail some snapshots of your reaverb config.
I am confused why you use both rew and drc designer, i thought they were to software with the same goal??
Are you also using reaEq or do you make the crossover in the wav file aswell?
I have sent you an email.