jonas18z wrote:Do you know any good simple tutorial for BruteFIR to make a Roomcorrection?
Maybe start with an overview here:
http://www.minidsp.com/applications/dig ... correction
-Those are mostly walkthroughs on a higher level, but it gives you an understanding of the steps involved at least.
Align2 is one common free solution, unless you want to get into DRC (http://drc-fir.sourceforge.net/) and setup all parameters for the correction for yourself.
Retreiving the initial measurements (used to create the correction signal(s) is often done with REW or with HolmImpulse.
To shape individual channels (to use the convolution as a crossover network) you need much more involved information, since individual phase and magnitude responses need to be matched and time-aligned - and also well chosen for the speaker elements used! - to give you good results - for now that's maybe too much. Read up on loudspeaker construction theory and acoustic theory first...