Speaker & headphone calibration that delivers consistent accurate studio reference sound.
In less than 20 minutes you can calibrate your existing studio speakers with a measurement microphone and calibrate your existing headphones with more than 280 headphone calibration profiles already included in the software as ready-to-use presets.
With an applied calibration profile, the software sets the frequency response target to be completely flat across all audible frequencies so you can trust that every mix will translate. You can also now make custom adjustments to the target curve in real-time with the new custom target feature.
With accurate studio reference sound, you can seamlessly switch between speakers, headphones, and rooms. Finally, mix with confidence and make music that sounds great everywhere.
Speaker & Headphone Calibration Key Features
Speaker calibration: save as many profiles as needed
Headphone calibration profiles for 280+ supported models
Custom target: target curve adjustments in real-time
Translation Check: simulating 20+ different devices and device types for accurate mix translation results everywhere without leaving the workstation
3 filter modes: Zero Latency, Mixed and Linear Phase
Additional DSP processing controls: Mono, Dry/Wet, and Safe Headroom
MIDI mapping in the SoundID Reference app for various controls
User Presets in the SoundID Reference app for switching quickly between predefined output device/channel pair combinations
SoundID Reference app for Speakers & Headphones
SoundID Reference DAW plugin (AU, VST, AAX)
Averaged profiles for 280+ supported headphone models
Activation key for the product license: the product can be activated and used on 3 machines
Mac: macOS 10.12 or later
PC: Windows 8 (64-bit) or later
Sonarworks supported or Sonarworks individually calibrated headphones
2.0 or 2.1 stereo speaker system
An audio interface featuring +48v Phantom Power and 44.1 kHz sample rate capability
Audio hardware setup must consist of a single external hardware device only during the speaker measurement process
XLR to XLR audio cable
SoundID Reference measurement microphone, or other omnidirectional measurement microphone with an XLR audio connection
Stable internet connection
Compatibility with Apple M1 chip machines not guaranteed