Calibration in S TOOLS-STx
STx can calibrate sound files in one of three ways:
- By associating a sound file with a calibration set.
- On a profile basis, using the calibration parameters in the profile's setup dialog.
- On a file or segment basis. This can be done by either copying the calibration set values into the file or segment, or by setting the calibration values by hand in the Spectrogram & Parameters Viewer Sectioner.
A calibration signal is a sound file which contains a known calibration tone.
A calibration set is a sound file with special segments identifying known calibrated frequencies and amplitudes. See Creating a calibration set for instructions on creating a calibration set.
Calibrated signals are signals that are associated with a calibration set.