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Nick Enright

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Re: TDA Time Domain Analysis software
« Reply #10 on: June 30, 2014, 10:02:10 pm »

I have down loaded and had a play Acoustics Power Labs TDA demo software.

Anybody else tried it?

Peter
what are the differences in the demo vs purchase version?
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Peter Morris

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Re: TDA Time Domain Analysis software
« Reply #11 on: July 01, 2014, 02:14:55 am »

what are the differences in the demo vs purchase version?

Don't remember exactly, however I though Raimonds was very generous with what he allowed in the Demo version. You can see the frequency respone and the 2 & 3D time/frequency/amplitue plots.

As I intended to use the program, it seem appropriate that I should pay  :)
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Re: TDA Time Domain Analysis software
« Reply #12 on: July 01, 2014, 01:04:56 pm »

Don't remember exactly, however I though Raimonds was very generous with what he allowed in the Demo version. You can see the frequency respone and the 2 & 3D time/frequency/amplitue plots.

As I intended to use the program, it seem appropriate that I should pay  :)


 I completely agree, but I also like to know what I'm getting before I install software. I may or may not find the software useful in my business, if I do then my clients will actually be the ones who pay for my working copy.  :)

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Re: TDA Time Domain Analysis software
« Reply #13 on: July 01, 2014, 08:02:26 pm »


 I completely agree, but I also like to know what I'm getting before I install software. I may or may not find the software useful in my business, if I do then my clients will actually be the ones who pay for my working copy.  :)

Im waiting for the forthcoming Prosound road test. I suspect it will tell us a lot more.
Having used TDA, Im considering getting some of the APL1s.  Im certain they would be wonderful tool to set up your studio monitors, but Im not sure if it will do any better than TDA + Systune and some Lake controllers in a large live sound application.
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