Topic: Room Correction DSP in TMFX
Greetings, intelligent people of the world. My reason for writing today is to request an expansion of TMFX to include some room correction options. Initially, I posted the following on GS under the UFXIII announcement. It got a few likes and supporting statements and a request from another user that I post it here.
Given the rise of DSP-enabled speakers and users becoming more aware of DSP-assisted loudspeaker integration, I humbly suggest that TMFX inherits a few relevant features for user convenience and RME-level stability. The original comment follows:
“TMFX could benefit from some room-correction options like subwoofer delay, maybe a few more EQ nodes. Like how they have an assignable Control Room section, they could put extra bass management options on one or two sub outs. Ideally, something that would take a filter setup from Room EQ Wizard.“
In the end, RME products are unique among pro audio options because they’re used both in the creative and consumer sides of the fence; BFP or the ADI line to be specific. Point being, this crossover contributes to more RME users potentially being aware of room-correction DSP. Too often, we have to investigate third-party options like miniDSP or settle for what’s onboard a loudspeaker. Since RME already does DSP and has the platform to implement these features, and it could be done in an unobtrusive and stable way, I think it’s worth considering.
This is not a time-sensitive issue so please feel free not to respond; I’m not looking for a reply nor a debate.