How To "Strutt" Series

How to Export a Filter to the Audacity Equalizer Function    1/1, 1/3

This Strutt feature is particularly useful for filtering the levels of audio files to demonstrate the transmission loss of a particular partition.

Enter the transmission loss values for your partition into Strutt. Select Software->Kaidacity: Export Filter from the ribbon (Figure 1). You will be prompted to save the curve as an XML file (Figure 2).

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Open Audacity and import the source audio track. In Audacity, select Effect->Equalization to open the Equalization window (Figure 3).

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Click the Save / Manage Curves button (Figure 4). The Mange Curve window will pop up. In this window, go to an empty /unnamed line and click the Import button (Figure 5). Search for the XML file that you saved previously and open it.

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Your filter will now appear on the list in the Manage Curves window. Select your filter from the list and click OK (Figure 6).

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The filter's curve will now be visible in the Equalization window (Figure 7). Click OK to apply this filter to the source track and you're done!

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