I used the package only with continuous signals, but I think that if you
have a waveform with the impulse response it should work as is.
Marco
mikem wrote:

> Thanks Marco,
>
> I have tried to use this package. I'm starting with an impulse response
> and I believe this package looks for the original signal. Can I adapt the
> octave package to take an impulse response or process my impulse response
> into a form that the package can accept?
>
>
>
>>Hi mikem,
>>
>>I used for many applications the "octave" package written by Christophe
>>COUVREUR. You can find it on
>>
>>http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadAuthor.do?objectType=author&objectId=802858
>>
>>Bye,
>>Marco
>>
>>
>>mikem wrote:
>>
>>>In Matlab, I have a room impulse response. I need to plot a frequency
>>>response from 20 to 20k Hz, smoothed to 1/3 and 1/6 octave. I can
>>>calculate the ISO octave center frequencies. I see lots of RTA
>
> software
>
>>>that does this real-time. Anyone have the Matlab code that does this,
>
> or
>
>>>provide the algorithm? Thanks.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>

Reply by mikem●May 23, 20062006-05-23

Thanks Marco,
I have tried to use this package. I'm starting with an impulse response
and I believe this package looks for the original signal. Can I adapt the
octave package to take an impulse response or process my impulse response
into a form that the package can accept?

>Hi mikem,
>
>I used for many applications the "octave" package written by Christophe
>COUVREUR. You can find it on
>
>http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadAuthor.do?objectType=author&objectId=802858
>
>Bye,
>Marco
>
>
>mikem wrote:
>> In Matlab, I have a room impulse response. I need to plot a frequency
>> response from 20 to 20k Hz, smoothed to 1/3 and 1/6 octave. I can
>> calculate the ISO octave center frequencies. I see lots of RTA

software

>> that does this real-time. Anyone have the Matlab code that does this,

> In Matlab, I have a room impulse response. I need to plot a frequency
> response from 20 to 20k Hz, smoothed to 1/3 and 1/6 octave. I can
> calculate the ISO octave center frequencies. I see lots of RTA software
> that does this real-time. Anyone have the Matlab code that does this, or
> provide the algorithm? Thanks.
>
>
>

Reply by mikem●May 23, 20062006-05-23

In Matlab, I have a room impulse response. I need to plot a frequency
response from 20 to 20k Hz, smoothed to 1/3 and 1/6 octave. I can
calculate the ISO octave center frequencies. I see lots of RTA software
that does this real-time. Anyone have the Matlab code that does this, or
provide the algorithm? Thanks.