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Or just click this: https://sonarworks.com/reference/archive. One thing Sonarworks is good at is having those legacy installers readily available. You can get the legacy versions here - https://sonarworks.com/reference/archive. No re-measurement is necessary. It should work with every. The testing for VST3 has been very limited, so issues might be present. * Linux VST is in Beta, available in our downloads archive. For new.

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Sonarworks Black Friday750

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Warren Huart

November 24, 2020

Today, we will be using Sonarworks' incredible Reference 4 technology and talking about speaker and headphone correction. This software works to flatten out the speaker responses in your room, which allows you to hear as accurately as possible in your…

Sonarworks Reference 4 Studio Edition with Mic

Audio Engineering

Warren Huart

April 23, 2020

Today, we get to test out Sonarworks' incredible Reference 4 software! This software really is game changing because it levels the playing field. This software works to flatten out the speaker responses in your room, no matter what your space…

Massive NAMM Gear Giveaway-1

Interviews

Warren Huart

July 22, 2019

a Rafflecopter giveaway Today’s video features the final day at Summer NAMM 2019! We had a rather wonderful time as always but what makes our experience here even better is most of the people we have been talking to over…

WHATS NEW AT SUMMER NAMM 2019-1

Interviews

Warren Huart

July 20, 2019

If you’ve been following us over the last week you’ll know that we did a Masterclass at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, we attended Summer NAMM 2019! Summer NAMM was an amazing experience as always. We got to see a ton…

Kali and Sonarworks-1

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Warren Huart

February 11, 2019

a Rafflecopter giveaway Hello everybody! We have something rather exciting today! We were recently joined by the wonderful Lee Chapman of Sonarworks and Nathan Baglyos of Kali Audio to calibrate a pair of Kali LP8 studio monitors using Sonarworks Reference…

$20,000 NAMM 2019-1

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Warren Huart

January 29, 2019

a Rafflecopter giveaway The NAMM Show was absolutely amazing! We spent 4 days visiting a ton of manufacturers, meeting you guys, and planning out some amazing stuff for 2019! God bless all of you who voted for us, we won a TEC Award! -…

NEW AT NAMM 2019-1

Gear

Warren Huart

January 29, 2019

We had a Marvellous time at the 2019 NAMM show this year and put together this blog to show you some of our favorite gear! You can find chapter times in the YouTube video description if something specific catches your…

SONARWORKS REF 4 STUDIO EDITION-1

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Warren Huart

November 28, 2018

a Rafflecopter giveaway We have something rather exciting today! We've tried out the Sonarworks Reference 4 during a couple of live streams, but today we're going to try out  the Sonarworks Reference 4 Studio Edition with a mic. The best…

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I'm going to blow some smoke up Sonarworks butt here....

Went to Oxford to help a mate out who has had to downsize his studio to his wife's awful sounding office, gone went the huge oversized monitors and replaced by some 4 inch little yamaha older monitors (not sure which but they were dinky and black. The setup was honky and even relatively measurable eq adjustments were just not being heard.

So we downloaded the trial for Sonarwaorks 4 and used my Sonarworks calibrated mic to do the 46 measurements.

I trust this guys reaction when something is right audiowise and the reaction was worth the long journey in itself. Sonarworks had not only made the room listenable but also detected a 4ms phase issue which once you hear the corrected version... you can now hear that it was indeed totally messed up in the phase department.

One very happy trial user and a new customer. Anecdotal evidence sure but also very true, the difference was more than any new gear could have improved on. I think a new soundcard is going to be needed with that 4ms delay oh and the 3db in volume dip on the right hand speaker.

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Originally Posted by jayfett➡️

Exactly... Contests are nice and all, but how about instead you relay actual customer concerns back to HQ...

You guys are playing in a narrow market, it's not like there's millions of us and tens of thousands of use cases... We all basically want the same thing...

And it's not like SW is a cheap product... People's expectations are well within reason considering what they paid for a system where the developer stripped features away, and hasn't made much headway on new ones...

I imagine their current goal might be getting headphone correction on every iPhone and Android. Selling more personalized headphones and earbuds (when they figure that out) to the consumer market.

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I'd like to hear how people are relating Sonarworks to multiple speaker reference listening.

First, to use Sonarworks with multiple speaker reference listening, I imagine one would need several output buses in the DAW, and each bus would have the Sonarworks plugin on it with a different monitor profile, and the bus would lead to a direct connection out from DA to speakers? Because otherwise, you'd have to change profile inside the Sonarworks control software every time you switch to different speakers, right?

In other words, tools like Mackie Big knob and other hardware speaker-switchers won't really work with Sonarworks, unless you're prepare to switch profiles back and forth all the time?

But also, using different speakers is kindof counteractive to the Sonarworks concept, right? Since Sonarworks' goal is to make the sound very close to the same no matter what you're listening through, right?

Do you use multiple speakers to reference listen through?
Do you use them with Sonarworks?
What is your solution to make that work reasonably effortless?
And if you use several speakers along with Sonarworks, what is your viewpoint on using different speakers with a software that aims to make all sound the same?

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I use Sonarworks with my controller and multiple monitors. I simply switch profiles. Takes just a moment.
The software doesn’t make them sound the same. By removing the room effects, it lets them sound like the best version of themselves. My Genelecs don’t sound like my ATCs which don’t sound like my Pelonis, even after the correction. But I do feel I can rely on what I hear on all of them.

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New Sonarworks version is up 4.3.0. build 88.

Includes a new 'dark mode' and a new 'mixed' filter type sitting in-between zero latency and linear phase!

I feel that with every new version I should also redo the calibration as well

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not supported for yosemite 10.10 ... x) sad

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Originally Posted by kirito➡️

not supported for yosemite 10.10 ... x) sad

Sorry, couldn't go below 10.12 on this one. Two reasons for this -

1. It wouldn't allow us to take advantage of some newer technologies and bring the latency down for Systemwide.

2. Creating two different versions of the software would prolong the development significantly. Not to mention the extra load on supporting two product lines.

BTW, if someone wants to get a nicer deal on Ref4, we're doing summer sales with -20% off.

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Thanks for finally implementing most recent used profiles selection in the 4.3 Reference plugin!

Btw: Also Mixed Phase mode is back (for the people who requested it several times )

Now this is an update I can get behind! The return of mixed phase mode means I can finally update (was holding out on an early version of 4).

I really like the new dark mode, as well as the latency buffer setting option - everything just seems better functionially and smoother.

Well done Sonarworks.

Hrodulf can you explain the differences with th “b” and “c” measurement modes and when you might want to try those instead of the default?

I am currently auditioning a few different calibration profiles that I took using all 3 options, trying to determine which is the most accurate on my setup - they are all a bit different, but these small changes make a big difference to the overall perception of the soundstage

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Hm, mixed Phase is showing worse linearity compared to the minimum latency setting. Shouldn't the mixed phase give me better results / better linearity?

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Hrodulf➡️

Sorry, couldn't go below 10.12 on this one. Two reasons for this -

1. It wouldn't allow us to take advantage of some newer technologies and bring the latency down for Systemwide.

2. Creating two different versions of the software would prolong the development significantly. Not to mention the extra load on supporting two product lines.

BTW, if someone wants to get a nicer deal on Ref4, we're doing summer sales with -20% off.

before updating , 2 questions :

Do we have option to roll back if problems encoutered ?
Do we have to re do mesurment ?

Thks

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Originally Posted by Jeezo➡️

before updating , 2 questions :

Do we have option to roll back if problems encoutered ?
Do we have to re do mesurment ?

Thks

You can get the legacy versions here - https://sonarworks.com/reference/archive

No re-measurement is necessary. It should work with every Reference 4 era profile.

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Thks , do you have a link for the update ?

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Originally Posted by adl➡️

Hm, mixed Phase is showing worse linearity compared to the minimum latency setting. Shouldn't the mixed phase give me better results / better linearity?

I remembered linear phase to have the flattest resulting curve after correction. With my Kii monitors and Sennheiser HD600 I find I like linear mode best, with Dynaudio and PSI I liked mixed mode better.

Now if we only could get that possibility to limit the range of frequencies corrected I’d start using again.

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did anyone get this working happily with headphones and a subpac?

Hrodulf can you explain the differences with th “b” and “c” measurement modes and when you might want to try those instead of the default?

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Originally Posted by mutetourettes➡️

did anyone get this working happily with headphones and a subpac?

try to use subpac before sonarwoks , it doesn't have to be corrected

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Just a heads up that after running the offline installer over the previous installed version the plugin itself got installed in a different place (there wasn´t an option for a specific place during the installation). I got an error message after i opened my DAW that the "Soundworks.dll" was missing, that´s how i found out.
I located it in a different folder than my usual plugin folder and moved it to where i used to have it and all is fine now. Just thought it might happen to someone else as well. Didn´t had this problem with previous updates.
Also attached are screenshots from "zero latency" and "mixed". "Mixed" should provide a better correction, but it doesn´t look as "linear" compared to "zero latency".
Left is "zero latency", right is "mixed".

EDIT:
Also: when running the plugin the Systemwide should get disabled, right? There was an option for that previously. but now there isn´t and also the Systemwide is not disabled when opening the plugin. Anybody experiencing that as well?

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Hi guys,

I would love to be able to enable just the volume difference on the Listening Spot menu. Enabling the timing/samples differences just kills my audio image, sounds like a stereo widener effect.

Best,
Daniel.

@ Hrodulf

Or if anyone else knows.

I'm still on 4.0115, if I was to download and install 4.3, would I be able to just load up my saved calibrations and use them without any changes to the sound? Or would be better off doing new measurements?

I tend to use flat and zero latency mode.

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Originally Posted by blayz2002➡️

@ Hrodulf

Or if anyone else knows.

I'm still on 4.0115, if I was to download and install 4.3, would I be able to just load up my saved calibrations and use them without any changes to the sound? Or would be better off doing new measurements?

I tend to use flat and zero latency mode.

worked for me, no change in the calibrations here

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Guyz is the pre ringing enhaced in mixed mod verus SR 3 ?

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Originally Posted by Jeezo➡️

Guyz is the pre ringing enhaced in mixed mod verus SR 3 ?

To be honest, the mixed phase filter development was quite the task. The current version of mixed phase has a better pre-ringing behavior than the old "optimum" one.

We almost released a super low pre-ringing mixed phase filter. It stomped the old one in listening tests and seemed like the perfect candidate. In the end it turned out that it did a crappy job in correcting the low end (so it might've been more bassy and thus people might've liked it more). So at the end the design goal was to create a very linear phase filter with lower latency and decent pre-ringing characteristics. No free lunch in DSP, as it turns out!

With that said, we have some tricks in our filter design bag, but I can't reveal anything yet.

Why is dark mode only available through the Systemwide App but not the Reference 4 plugin? I only see a bell icon in the Reference 4 Plugin on the top right hand side.

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Hrodulf➡️

To be honest, the mixed phase filter development was quite the task. The current version of mixed phase has a better pre-ringing behavior than the old "optimum" one.

We almost released a super low pre-ringing mixed phase filter. It stomped the old one in listening tests and seemed like the perfect candidate. In the end it turned out that it did a crappy job in correcting the low end (so it might've been more bassy and thus people might've liked it more). So at the end the design goal was to create a very linear phase filter with lower latency and decent pre-ringing characteristics. No free lunch in DSP, as it turns out!

With that said, we have some tricks in our filter design bag, but I can't reveal anything yet.

Great news !! Gonna give a try ...

Hrodulf can you explain the differences with the “b” and “c” measurement modes and when you might want to try those instead of the default?

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Originally Posted by Deleted 6a619e4➡️

worked for me, no change in the calibrations here

Thanks, Filterfreak.

And I assume no changes in the perception of the sound correction? That's what I'm most worried about.

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Quote:

Originally Posted by The Oracle➡️

Why is dark mode only available through the Systemwide App but not the Reference 4 plugin? I only see a bell icon in the Reference 4 Plugin on the top right hand side.

Same here… How can I make the plugin "Black" ?
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New Gear Alert: Sonarworks Updates Reference, MicroPitch Delay Pedal by Eventide, Podcast Mic from Marantz & More

March 12th, 2021 by Dan Gluszak

Sonarworks unveils the latest update of Reference.

Continuing their commitment to making a simple and affordable software that delivers reliable reference sound for creators, Sonarworks has added new features and usability updates including Custom Target, Translation Check, improved systemwide drivers for Windows users, and many other enhancements to the Read more...

New Gear Alert: BOSS 200 Series Pedals, Heavyocity’s Mosaic Keys + Voices, Monoment Bass by Softube & More

June 14th, 2019 by Dan Gluszak

BOSS announces the 200 Series line of effects pedals.

Designed with an aim to take up as little space as possible, the BOSS 200 Series effects pedals will feature 4 models that deliver premium sound and flexibility.

The DD-200 Digital Delay brings together sounds inherited from the flagship DD-500 into Read more...

New Gear Alert: Steinberg’s Nuendo 10, ATOM Producer Lab by PreSonus, Mixed In Key Studio Edition & More

April 26th, 2019 by Dan Gluszak

Steinberg launches Nuendo 10.

Nuendo 10 combines premium audio quality with a sheer endless number of advanced editing tools, intelligent workflow enhancements, and exciting new features.

To expedite post-production workflow, Nuendo 10 now includes Video Cut Detection for analyzing videos for edits and setting markers automatically. Field Recorder Audio Read more...

Sonarworks Adds Six More Headphone Models To Calibration Software

July 14th, 2015 by Gabriel Lamorie

Sonarworks understands that headphones have physical limitations regarding the frequency response they can slather across our ears. Mixing, and referencing through headphones in particular are applications that sometimes fall short as a means of creating a balanced mix.

Their REFERENCE v3.1 plug-in attempts to correct these shortcomings with model-specific calibration. Read more...

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Sonarworks releases Reference 4.3 - Adds New Features
by The Press Desk   11th June 2019

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Sonarworks Reference 4.3 Adds New Features

Software update includes revamp of Systemwide as well as on-demand headphone profile downloads and new mixed-filter mode

Riga, Latvia, June 11, 2019 -- The Latvia-based audio technology company Sonarworks has released the latest update to their award-winning software, Reference 4. Dedicated to improving the experience for both current and new users, the update includes a reworked filter mode as well as usability, latency and on-boarding improvements to allow greater ease of use with the software.

Following the complete revamp of the Systemwide app, the update now includes on-demand headphone profile downloads, which makes for a quicker set-up time and also allows users to download profiles for their individually measured headphones directly into the software. The UI on both macOS and Windows can now be switched to dark mode, a long-requested feature from the night-owls of the Sonarworks community.

The Reference 4.3 update also introduces a mixed filter mode with a much-needed improvement over the previous “optimum” version. Having worked hard doing internal research and external testing, the new filter serves as a good middle ground to deliver accurate frequency response and sound quality without introducing significant latency.

“For this release, we decided to rewrite Systemwide from ground up with the main aim of improving set-up experience for new users, though we couldn’t help adding some improvements for our existing users as well,” said Viesturs Marnauza, Product Manager of Reference 4.

Striving to support the growing demand and trend for mixing on headphones, the update takes the supported headphone count to 232 with these new models:

Beyerdynamic Custom Studio
Beyerdynamic MMX 300
Direct Sound EXTW37 Pro
Direct Sound Serenity Plus
Direct Sound Studio Plus
Marshall Major III
Marshall Major III Bluetooth
Marshall Monitor Bluetooth
The Reference 4.3 update is available free to current users.

Until the 16th of June Reference 4 is available with a -20% discount - EUR/USD 79 for the Reference 4 Headphone Edition, EUR/USD 199 for the Reference 4 Studio Edition and EUR/USD 239 for the Reference 4 Studio Edition with Mic.

The full release notes can be found on the Sonarworks website - https://www.sonarworks.com/blog/prod...reference-4-3/

For a 21-day free trial, visit www.sonarworks.com/reference

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I am a user that has the crackling problems on windows 10. I tried a couple of updates with no improvement. Then I started reading on forums about problems worse than the crackling problems. I stopped using sonarworks correction and held up on updating because I have very low confidence until I here more positive comments. I really can't afford to screw up a computer that currently is working well. I'll keep reading the forums waiting for positive feedback.

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There's a validation error in Logic with the latest release (AU plugin 4.3.4 build 2). It's minor since its just complaining about the Res version (0x40303) vs the Comp version (0x40304). I can just tick use in the plugin manager and its available, but it then lists under incompatible in the AU list instead of under Sonarworks as expected.

O/S 10.13.6, Logic 10.4.6

I’ve never installed system wide, instead I bought a focusrite sapphire usb 3 interface for £70 and use that for system audio (YouTube, mp3 playback etc) and feed the main outputs from it into a spare stereo input on my main ASIO audio card.

I just have Cubase on in the background running the standard Sonarworks so all pc system audio is processed without the need for system wide. You can do the same with your onboard audio but the quality is always a bit off on motherboard audio.

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Harvey,
Very interesting set up. I assume you have Cubase autolaunch when you power on your computer?

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For those running Mojave, is Systemwide working correctly? No bugs? I'm about to upgrade to an iMac soon and thought I'd check before I do. My current Mac Pro is so old I can't run anything higher than High Sierra.

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Originally Posted by Shaggy2039➡️

For those running Mojave, is Systemwide working correctly? No bugs? I'm about to upgrade to an iMac soon and thought I'd check before I do. My current Mac Pro is so old I can't run anything higher than High Sierra.

I’m on Mojave without any issues, but I’m still using 4.2.2 of Sonarworks Systemwide.

Please bring back the averaged speakers feature. @ Hrodulf that was very useful. For version 5, add an averaged consumer and averaged professional headphones references as well.

Removing features is NEVER a good thing. The Mixed filter type was a welcome re-addition, for sure.

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Hrodulf➡️

We recently came out with a build that should address audio engine failure on Windows. On top of that it also adds Avid HDX support for Measure. Check the full release notes here.

Has the HD Reference 3/4 software been abandoned at this point?

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Quote:

Originally Posted by dven➡️

There's a validation error in Logic with the latest release (AU plugin 4.3.4 build 2). It's minor since its just complaining about the Res version (0x40303) vs the Comp version (0x40304). I can just tick use in the plugin manager and its available, but it then lists under incompatible in the AU list instead of under Sonarworks as expected.

O/S 10.13.6, Logic 10.4.6

And this appears to be fixed in 4.3.5. It may also have been an issue on my end initially, since I don't think I restarted the comp after installing 4.3.4.....

This version crashes the latest version of Logic X. When on deleting it from the master chain. Highly annoying...

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Originally Posted by Nikola_Tesla➡️

This version crashes the latest version of Logic X. When on deleting it from the master chain. Highly annoying...

me too, a lot of cracking ... I went back to the previous one. after 4.2 it goes from bad to worse. fix one thing and make another worse I'm on Mac Sierra

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Originally Posted by andres_feret➡️

me too, a lot of cracking ... I went back to the previous one. after 4.2 it goes from bad to worse. fix one thing and make another worse I'm on Mac Sierra
What kind of crackling are we talking about? On on continuous play or on playback start?

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Originally Posted by Hrodulf➡️

What kind of crackling are we talking about? On on continuous play or on playback start?

it's crackling on continuous play, previous one works fine

I think it’s horse sh#t as they had solid version before and now it’s really unusable. Does anyone still have the old installer for Mac somewhere?

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Click on "Legacy versions" link under the main download button on the site.

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Originally Posted by Nikola_Tesla➡️

I think it’s horse sh#t as they had solid version before and now it’s really unusable. Does anyone still have the old installer for Mac somewhere?

See comment above. Or just click this: https://sonarworks.com/reference/archive

One thing Sonarworks is good at is having those legacy installers readily available.

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I'm on PT 2019.5/Mojave 10.14.5 and have Sonarworks crashing about 98% of the time when I close a session or open a session. It's the only plugin that crashes my system. Anybody experiencing something similar?

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Sonarworks...What is going on?

I installed the latest version of Reference Studio 4, and no longer have Systemwide (Win10). Is this another feature that you have removed without notice or yet another buggy release?

I have reinstalled the latest version twice now. Still no Systemwide. On the installer (custom) it is greyed out (but ticked). The installer says that it is being installed, but it is not.

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Alright. The offline installer worked fine, but the default online installer is broken and doesn't install what it is saying that it is installing.

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Benj➡️

Has the HD Reference 3/4 software been abandoned at this point?

I'm interested in a response to this as well.

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🎧 15 years

Quote:

Originally Posted by JGM➡️

I'm interested in a response to this as well.

I've asked twice and there hasn't been a response.

People have asked even more about having frequency limits or being able to select what frequency range that Sonarworks corrects, but there has been no response to this either. I imagine if that was an option in HD 3/4, that there would be some people interested in it. But I can also imagine, that it's nothing compared to the possible money in having Sonarworks headphone correction on every iPhone and Android phone... so perhaps their resources for studio products is limited these days.

Quote:

Originally Posted by JGM➡️

I'm interested in a response to this as well.

Yes, Reference 3 and Reference HD aren't developed any more. With that said, we will provide technical support to all of our users no matter what version they use.

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Reference systemwide 4.3.5 (build 1) on High sierra is giving me tons of glitches and distorted audio. Mainly noticed the problem when (un)plugging headphones to the laptop but it also happens on random when mixing, browsing web etc. Sometimes the systemwide decides to change the sample rate - all settings on Systemwide, projects and OS system preferences are set to 88.2 but then it throws 44.1 at me. I check the settings and nothing has changed, everything is still on 88.2.

From a solid product to a clusterf#ck of a product in a few updates. Well done Sonarworks! And it seems they hardly care.

I've uninstalled it from my music PC for now due to the glitches. Also for some reason it favoured my Rode USB microphone as an output, even though the windows default was set to my audio interface out.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nikola_Tesla➡️

From a solid product to a clusterf#ck of a product in a few updates. Well done Sonarworks! And it seems they hardly care.

At least they have a publicly available offline installer archive at https://www.sonarworks.com/reference/archive. That's better than a lot of companies do.

My issue with the offline installer is you don't get to pick which plugins to install. I don't want 32-bit VSTs or AAX installed. But I am forced to like that Waves Central dumpster fire.

Quote:

Originally Posted by doom64➡️

At least they have a publicly available offline installer archive at https://www.sonarworks.com/reference/archive . That's better than a lot of companies do.

My issue with the offline installer is you don't get to pick which plugins to install. I don't want 32-bit VSTs or AAX installed. But I am forced to like that Waves Central dumpster fire.

I’ve actually downgraded to a previous version but after that it’s not even solid anymore. I think some of the files don’t completely overwrite. It’s a shame though...

Sonarworks 4.3.5.1 is the most stable update I have received to date.

In previous versions, I use to get a random SWOD when trying to close a Pro Tools session with the Sonarworks plugin inserted on the Master Fader. With the latest update, I haven't received a single SWOD when trying to close a PT session.

PTU 2019.6
MacOS 10.14.5

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New Gear Alert: Sonarworks Updates Reference, MicroPitch Delay Pedal by Eventide, Podcast Mic from Marantz & More

March 12th, 2021 by Dan Gluszak

Sonarworks unveils the latest update of Reference.

Continuing their commitment to making a simple and affordable software that delivers reliable reference sound for creators, Sonarworks has added new features and usability updates including Custom Target, Translation Check, sonarworks reference Archives, improved systemwide drivers for Windows users, sonarworks reference Archives, and many other enhancements to the Read more. sonarworks reference Archives Gear Alert: BOSS 200 Series Pedals, Heavyocity’s Mosaic Keys + Voices, Monoment Bass by Softube & More

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BOSS announces the 200 Series line of effects pedals.

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New Gear Alert: Steinberg’s Nuendo 10, ATOM Producer Lab by PreSonus, Mixed In Key Studio Edition & More

April 26th, 2019 by Dan Gluszak

Steinberg launches Nuendo 10.

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Riga, Latvia, June 11, 2019 -- The Latvia-based audio technology company Sonarworks has released the latest TechTool Pro 14.0.1 Crack With Serial Number 2021 [Updated] to their award-winning software, Reference 4. Dedicated to improving the experience for both current and new users, the update includes a reworked filter mode as well as usability, latency and on-boarding improvements to allow greater ease of use with the software.

Following the complete revamp of the Systemwide app, the update now includes on-demand headphone profile downloads, sonarworks reference Archives, which makes for a quicker set-up time and also allows users to download profiles for their individually measured headphones directly into the software. The UI on both macOS and Windows can now be switched to dark mode, a long-requested feature from the night-owls of the Sonarworks community.

The Reference 4.3 update also introduces a mixed filter mode with a much-needed improvement over the previous “optimum” version, sonarworks reference Archives. Having worked hard doing internal research and external testing, the 1.6 Name: anything you want crack serial keygen filter serves as a good middle ground to deliver accurate frequency response and sound quality without introducing significant latency.

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I am a user that has the crackling problems on windows 10. I tried a couple of updates with no improvement. Then I started reading on forums about problems worse than the crackling problems. I stopped using sonarworks correction and held up on updating because I have very low confidence until I here sonarworks reference Archives positive comments. I really can't afford to screw up a computer that currently is working well. I'll keep reading the forums waiting for positive feedback.

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There's a validation error in Logic with the latest release (AU plugin 4.3.4 build 2). It's minor since its just complaining about the Res version (0x40303) vs the Comp version (0x40304). I can just tick use in the plugin manager and its available, but it then lists under incompatible in the AU list instead of under Sonarworks as expected.

O/S 10.13.6, Logic 10.4.6

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I just have Cubase on in the background running the standard Sonarworks so all pc system audio is processed without the need for system wide. You can do the same with your onboard audio but the quality is always a bit off on motherboard audio.

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For those running Mojave, is Systemwide working correctly? No bugs? I'm about to upgrade to an iMac soon and thought I'd check before I do. My current Sonarworks reference Archives Pro is so old I can't run anything higher than High Sierra.

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For those running Mojave, is Systemwide working correctly? No bugs? I'm about to upgrade to an iMac soon and thought I'd check before I do. My current Mac Pro is so old I can't run anything higher than High Sierra.

I’m on Mojave without any issues, but I’m still using 4.2.2 of Sonarworks Systemwide.

Please bring back the averaged speakers feature. @ Hrodulf that was very useful. For version 5, add an averaged consumer and averaged professional headphones references as well.

Removing features is NEVER a good thing. The Mixed filter type was a welcome re-addition, for sure.

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We recently came out with a build that should address audio engine failure on Windows. On top of that it also adds Avid HDX support for Measure. Check the full release notes here.

Has the HD Reference 3/4 software been abandoned at this point?

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There's a validation error in Logic with the latest release (AU plugin 4.3.4 sonarworks reference Archives 2). It's minor since its just complaining about the Res version (0x40303) vs the Comp version (0x40304). I can just tick use in the plugin manager and its available, but it then lists under incompatible in the AU list instead of under Sonarworks as expected.

O/S 10.13.6, Logic 10.4.6

And this appears to be fixed in 4.3.5. It may also have been an issue on my end initially, since I don't think I restarted the comp after installing 4.3.4.

This version crashes the latest version of Logic X. When on deleting it from the master chain. Highly annoying.

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This version crashes the latest version of Logic X. When on deleting it from the master chain. Highly annoying.

me too, a lot of cracking . Sonarworks reference Archives went back to the previous one. after 4.2 it goes from bad to worse. fix one thing and make another worse I'm on Mac Sierra

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me too, a lot of cracking . I went back sonarworks reference Archives the previous one. after 4.2 it goes from bad to worse. fix one thing and make another worse I'm on Mac Sierra
What kind of crackling are we talking about? On on continuous play or on playback start?

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Originally Posted by sonarworks reference Archives kind of crackling are we talking about? On on continuous play or on playback start?

it's crackling on continuous play, previous one works fine

I think it’s horse sh#t as they had solid version before and now it’s really unusable. Does anyone still have the old installer for Mac somewhere?

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Click on "Legacy versions" link under the main download button on the site.

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I think it’s horse sh#t as they had solid version before and now it’s really unusable. Does anyone still have the old installer for Mac somewhere?

See comment above. Or just click this: https://sonarworks.com/reference/archive

One thing Sonarworks is good at is having those legacy installers readily available.

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I'm on PT 2019.5/Mojave 10.14.5 and have Sonarworks crashing about 98% of the time when I close a session or open a session, sonarworks reference Archives. It's the only plugin that crashes my system. Anybody experiencing something similar?

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Sonarworks.What is going on?

I installed the latest version of Reference Studio 4, and no longer have Systemwide (Win10). Is this another feature that you have removed without notice or yet sonarworks reference Archives buggy release?

I have reinstalled the latest version twice now. Still no Systemwide. On the installer (custom) it is greyed out (but ticked). The installer says that it is being installed, but it is not.

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Has the HD Reference 3/4 software been abandoned at this point?

I'm interested in a response to this as well.

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I'm interested in a response to this as well.

I've asked twice and there hasn't been a response.

People have asked even more about having frequency limits or being able to select what frequency range that Sonarworks corrects, but there has been no response to this either. I imagine if that was an option in HD 3/4, that there would be some people interested in it. But I can also imagine, that it's nothing compared sonarworks reference Archives the possible money in having Sonarworks headphone correction on every iPhone and Android phone. so perhaps their resources for studio products is limited these days, sonarworks reference Archives.

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I'm interested in a response to this as well.

Yes, sonarworks reference Archives, Reference 3 and Reference HD aren't developed any more. With that said, we will provide sonarworks reference Archives support to all of sonarworks reference Archives users no matter what version they use.

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Reference systemwide 4.3.5 (build 1) on High sierra is giving me tons of glitches and distorted audio. Mainly noticed the problem when (un)plugging headphones to the laptop but it also happens on random when mixing, browsing web etc. Sonarworks reference Archives the systemwide decides to change the sample rate - all settings on Systemwide, projects and OS system preferences are set to 88.2 but then it throws 44.1 at me. I check the settings and nothing has changed, everything is still on 88.2.

From a solid product to a clusterf#ck of a product in a few updates. Well done Sonarworks! And it seems they hardly care.

I've uninstalled it from my music PC for now due to the glitches. Also for some reason it favoured my Rode USB microphone as an output, even though the windows default was set to my audio interface out.

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From a solid product to sonarworks reference Archives clusterf#ck of a product in a few updates. Well done Sonarworks! And it seems they hardly care.

At least they have a publicly available offline installer archive at https://www.sonarworks.com/reference/archive, sonarworks reference Archives. That's better than a lot of companies do.

My issue with the offline installer is you don't get to pick which plugins to install. I don't want 32-bit VSTs or AAX installed. But I am forced to like that Waves Central dumpster fire.

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At least they sonarworks reference Archives a publicly available offline installer archive at https://www.sonarworks.com/reference/archive. That's better than a lot of companies do.

My issue with the offline installer is you don't get to pick which plugins to install. I don't want 32-bit VSTs or AAX installed. But I am forced to like that Waves Central dumpster fire.

I’ve actually downgraded to a previous version but after that it’s not even solid anymore. I think some of the files don’t completely overwrite. It’s a shame though.

Sonarworks 4.3.5.1 is the most stable update I have received to date.

In previous versions, I use to get a random SWOD when trying to close a Pro Tools session with the Sonarworks plugin inserted on the Master Fader. With the latest update, I haven't received a single SWOD when trying to close a PT session.

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So we downloaded the trial for Sonarwaorks 4 and used my Sonarworks calibrated mic to do the 46 measurements.

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Exactly. Contests are nice and all, but how about instead you relay actual customer concerns back to HQ.

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I'd like to hear how people are relating Sonarworks to multiple speaker reference listening.

First, to use Sonarworks with multiple speaker reference listening, I imagine one would need several output buses in the DAW, and each bus would have the Sonarworks plugin on it with a different monitor profile, and the bus would lead to a direct sidify music converter key Archives out from DA to speakers? Because otherwise, you'd have to sonarworks reference Archives profile inside the Sonarworks control software every time you switch to different speakers, sonarworks reference Archives, right?

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Do you use multiple speakers to reference listen through?
Do you use them with Sonarworks?
What is your solution to make that work reasonably effortless?
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I use Sonarworks with my controller and multiple monitors. I simply switch profiles. Takes just a moment.
The software doesn’t make them sound the same. By removing the room effects, it lets them sound like the best version of themselves. My Genelecs don’t sound like my ATCs which don’t sound like my Pelonis, sonarworks reference Archives, even after the correction. But I do feel I can rely on what I hear on all of them, sonarworks reference Archives.

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New Sonarworks version is up 4.3.0. build 88.

Includes a new 'dark mode' and a new 'mixed' filter type sitting in-between zero latency and linear phase!

I feel that with every new version I should also redo the calibration as well

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not supported for yosemite 10.10 . x) sad

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not supported for yosemite 10.10 . x) sad

Sorry, couldn't go below 10.12 on this one. Two reasons for this -

1. It wouldn't allow us to take advantage of some newer technologies and bring the latency down for Systemwide.

2, sonarworks reference Archives. Creating two different versions of the software would prolong the development significantly. Not to mention the extra load on supporting two product lines.

BTW, if someone wants to get a nicer deal on Ref4, we're doing summer sales with -20% off.

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Thanks for finally implementing most recent used profiles selection in the 4.3 Reference plugin!

Btw: Also Mixed Phase mode is back (for the people who requested it several times )

Now this is an update I can get behind! The return of mixed phase mode means I can finally update (was holding out on an early version of 4).

I really like the new dark mode, as well as the latency buffer setting option - everything just seems better functionially and smoother.

Well done Sonarworks.

Hrodulf can you explain the differences with th “b” and “c” measurement modes and when you might want to try those instead of the default?

I am currently auditioning a few different calibration profiles that I took using all 3 options, trying to determine which is the most accurate on my setup - they are all a bit different, but these small changes make a big difference to the overall perception of the soundstage

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Hm, mixed Phase is showing worse linearity compared to the minimum latency setting. Shouldn't the mixed phase give me better results / better linearity?

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Hrodulf➡️

Sorry, sonarworks reference Archives, couldn't go below 10.12 on this one, sonarworks reference Archives. Two reasons for this -

1. It wouldn't allow us to take advantage of some newer technologies and bring the latency down for Systemwide.

2. Creating two different versions of the software would prolong the development significantly. Not to mention the extra load on supporting two product lines.

BTW, if someone wants to get a nicer deal on Ref4, we're doing sonarworks reference Archives sales with -20% off.

before updating2 questions :

Do we have option to roll back if problems encoutered ?
Do we have sonarworks reference Archives re do mesurment ?

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before updating2 questions :

Do we have option to roll back if problems encoutered ?
Do we have to re do mesurment ?

Thks

You can get the legacy versions here - https://sonarworks.com/reference/archive

No re-measurement is necessary. It should work with every Reference 4 era profile.

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Thksdo you have a link for the update ?

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Hm, sonarworks reference Archives, mixed Phase is showing worse linearity compared to the minimum latency setting. Shouldn't the mixed phase give me better results / better linearity?

I remembered linear phase to have the flattest resulting curve after correction. With my Kii monitors and Sennheiser HD600 I find I like linear mode best, with Dynaudio and PSI I liked mixed mode better.

Now if we only could get that possibility to limit the range of frequencies corrected I’d start using again.

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did anyone get this working happily with headphones and a subpac?

Hrodulf can you explain the differences with th “b” and “c” measurement modes and when you might want to try those instead of the default?

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did anyone get this working happily with headphones and a subpac?

try to use subpac before sonarwoksit doesn't have to be corrected

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Just a heads up that after running the offline installer over the previous installed version the plugin itself got installed in a different place (there wasn´t an option for a specific place during the installation). I got an error message after i opened my DAW that the "Soundworks.dll" was missing, that´s how i found out.
I located it in a different folder than my usual sonarworks reference Archives folder and moved it to where i used to have it and all is fine now. Just thought it might happen to someone else as well. Didn´t had this problem with previous updates.
Also sonarworks reference Archives are screenshots from "zero latency" and "mixed". "Mixed" should provide a better correction, but it doesn´t look as "linear" compared to "zero latency".
Left is "zero latency", right is "mixed".

EDIT:
Also: when running the plugin the Systemwide should get disabled, right? There was an option for that previously. but now there isn´t and also the Systemwide is not disabled when opening the plugin. Anybody experiencing that as sonarworks reference Archives

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Hi guys,

I would love to be able to enable just the volume difference on the Listening Spot menu. Enabling the timing/samples differences just kills my audio image, sounds like a stereo widener effect.

Best,
Daniel.

@ Hrodulf

Or if anyone else knows.

I'm still on 4.0115, if I was to download and install 4.3, would I be able to just load up my saved calibrations and use them without any changes to the sound? Or would be better off doing new measurements?

I tend to use flat and zero latency sonarworks reference Archives.

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@ Hrodulf

Or if anyone else knows.

I'm still on 4.0115, if I was to download and install 4.3, would I be able to just load up my saved calibrations and use them without any changes to the sound? Or would be better off doing new measurements?

I tend to use flat and zero latency mode.

worked for me, no change in the calibrations here

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Guyz is the pre ringing enhaced in mixed mod verus SR 3 ?

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Guyz is the pre ringing enhaced in mixed mod verus SR sonarworks reference Archives ?

To be honest, the mixed phase filter development was quite the task. The current version of mixed phase has a better pre-ringing behavior than the old "optimum" one.

We almost released a super low pre-ringing mixed phase filter. It stomped the old one in listening tests and seemed like the perfect candidate. In the end it turned out that it did a crappy job in correcting the low end (so it might've been more bassy and thus people might've liked it more). So at the end the design goal was to create a very linear phase filter with lower latency and decent pre-ringing characteristics. No free lunch in DSP, as it turns out!

With that said, we have some tricks in our filter design bag, but I can't reveal anything yet.

Why is dark mode only available through the Sonarworks reference Archives App but not the Reference 4 plugin? I only see a bell icon in the Reference 4 Plugin on the top right hand side.

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To be honest, sonarworks reference Archives mixed phase crack pes 2020 Archives development was quite the task. The current version of mixed phase has a better pre-ringing behavior than the old "optimum" one.

We almost released a super low pre-ringing mixed phase filter, sonarworks reference Archives. It stomped the old one in listening tests and seemed like the perfect candidate, sonarworks reference Archives. In the end it turned out that it did a crappy job in correcting the low end (so it might've been more bassy and thus people might've liked it more). So at the end the design goal was to create a very linear phase filter with lower latency and decent pre-ringing characteristics. No free lunch in DSP, sonarworks reference Archives, as it turns out!

With that said, we have some tricks in our filter design bag, but I can't reveal anything yet.

Great news !! Gonna give a try .

Hrodulf can you explain the differences with the “b” and “c” measurement modes and when you might want to try those instead of the default?

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worked for me, no change in the calibrations here

Thanks, Filterfreak.

And I assume no changes in the perception of the sound correction? That's what I'm most worried about.

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Why is dark mode only available through the Systemwide App but not the Reference 4 plugin? I only see a bell icon in the Reference 4 Plugin on the top right hand side.

Same here… How can I make the plugin "Black" ?
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