Audio Delay Finder 1.0b1
Audio Delay Finder compares the signal delay between music fed to a loudspeaker system and the signal from a microphone that is placed some distance away from the loudspeaker.
This information is useful for time-alignment of auxiliary loudspeaker systems, so that sound arrival times from the primary and auxiliary systems can be made coincident, as is done in sound reinforcement applications.
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