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Author Topic: Smaart RTA 1dB/Octave HF Roll Off?  (Read 4465 times)

drew gandy

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Re: Smaart RTA 1dB/Octave HF Roll Off?
« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2018, 09:18:46 pm »

a replacement of the MacBook the Ex smashed.

Art, you're breaking my heart.  On top of everything else, she also smashed your laptop?!? 

I just spent way too much time getting an installation of Mac Os Lion (10.7) running in virtualBox.  I have an older app I want to test and I fully expect to need an older version like this in the future.

What's the newest version of MacOSX that will run Ver6 of SMAART?  Chris might be able to do a similar virtualBox install of an older OS (I think Lion is easier than Snow Leopard) to do some testing with the old versions.  Even if they don't issue a fix, A bug (feature) like this should be documented...

I also just spent way too much time getting Windows 98 SE running on an old machine to use with my Liberty Imp/M hardware.  REW will probably do all it could do and way more but I have a fondness of the old system.  And, I know how to work it... 

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Art Welter

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Re: Smaart RTA 1dB/Octave HF Roll Off?
« Reply #21 on: February 11, 2018, 04:21:37 pm »

What's the newest version of MacOSX that will run Ver6 of SMAART?  Chris might be able to do a similar virtualBox install of an older OS (I think Lion is easier then Snow Leopard) to do some testing with the old versions.  Even if they don't issue a fix, A bug (feature) like this should be documented...
My MacBook is running OS10.6.8 and SMAART 6.1.1.0, though not without some glitches.

Seems the first file of a new sessions is saved in a format that won't open on the mid 2011 iMac running 10.13.3. They show up as "Unix executable" rather than "Document", changing to "Document" does not make them readable.
All the older files created prior to OS10.6.8 open fine on the iMac, and the new "Unix executable" files will open on the MacBook. I'm not positive that only the first file of a session creates the  "Unix executable" file, have not had the interest to try to work around "obsolete and unsupported" stuff for the little testing I have done recently.

Costs money to "stay in the game" ;^).
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Re: Smaart RTA 1dB/Octave HF Roll Off?
« Reply #22 on: February 12, 2018, 06:57:51 pm »

My MacBook is running OS10.6.8 and SMAART 6.1.1.0, though not without some glitches.
Nice. 
I'm sorry if it seemed like I was trying to imply that there was a fix for your situation, Art.  I was simply saying that Chris (from Rational I believe) might be able to test version 6 for this HF roll off issue, see if it matches what you've observed and document it. 
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Seems the first file of a new sessions is saved in a format that won't open on the mid 2011 iMac running 10.13.3. They show up as "Unix executable" rather than "Document", changing to "Document" does not make them readable.
All the older files created prior to OS10.6.8 open fine on the iMac, and the new "Unix executable" files will open on the MacBook. I'm not positive that only the first file of a session creates the  "Unix executable" file, have not had the interest to try to work around "obsolete and unsupported" stuff for the little testing I have done recently.
When you upgraded (I assume you upgraded a 2011 to end up on High Sierra) did you convert to APFS or stick with the tried and true? 
 
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Re: Smaart RTA 1dB/Octave HF Roll Off?
« Reply #23 on: February 13, 2018, 02:28:54 pm »


1) I'm sorry if it seemed like I was trying to imply that there was a fix for your situation, Art.  I was simply saying that Chris (from Rational I believe) might be able to test version 6 for this HF roll off issue, see if it matches what you've observed and document it. 
2)When you upgraded (I assume you upgraded a 2011 to end up on High Sierra) did you convert to APFS or stick with the tried and true?
1) Chris' response can be seen in #9.
2) I did not convert to any of these versions of "APFS":
APFS   Airport Police Fire Service   
APFS   Accredited Personal Financial Specialist   
APFS   American Portfolios Financial Services   
APFS   Agua Prieta Family Shelters   
APFS   American Pioneer Financial Services   
APFS   Army Physical Fitness School   
APFS   Associate of the Personal Finance Society   
APFS   Adequate Prime Farmland Soil   
APFS   Afloat Prepositioning Forces Ships

So far it appears the "upgrade" was to APFS "Apple Piece (of) Fucking Shit", but all tried has not been true ;^).

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Re: Smaart RTA 1dB/Octave HF Roll Off?
« Reply #24 on: February 14, 2018, 01:25:16 pm »

1) Chris' response can be seen in #9.
2) I did not convert to any of these versions of "APFS":
APFS   Airport Police Fire Service   
APFS   Accredited Personal Financial Specialist   
APFS   American Portfolios Financial Services   
APFS   Agua Prieta Family Shelters   
APFS   American Pioneer Financial Services   
APFS   Army Physical Fitness School   
APFS   Associate of the Personal Finance Society   
APFS   Adequate Prime Farmland Soil   
APFS   Afloat Prepositioning Forces Ships

So far it appears the "upgrade" was to APFS "Apple Piece (of) Fucking Shit", but all tried has not been true ;^).

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