Sonarworks has announced the latest update to their professional audio calibration software, Reference 4.4.
Sonarworks said the update to Reference gives users the ability to assign presets for multiple output devices and have greater control over output settings.
Reference 4.4. also boasts 15 new headphone profiles which brings their current count of compatible devices to nearly 300. The update is available now to all existing Reference 4 users.
Users now have the ability to assign presets for multiple output devices. The implementation of the new presets sidebar allows for quick management of user output devices. The sidebar will make it easier for users to access the calibration profiles for any output device they use in their studio setup and have it pre-saved for later use.
Output channels can now be selected individually where prior they were only available in pairs, which will allow for Left/Right switching as well as the ability for more complex signal routing.
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