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1 - Download and install Git: https://git-scm.com/downloads. When installing Git on Windows, use Windows SSL verification instead of Open SSL or you might run into problems when installing project dependencies. ДУPА ЧE HECET

2 - Download and install 64-bit Python 3.8. Make sure to check Add Python 3.8 to PATH.KAK0Й HAXУЙ ПУТЬ

3- You may need to install libsndfile if you're having problems with soundfile when installing requirements.txtKAK0Й HAXУЙ ЛИБCHДФAЙЛ

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5- Open a terminal / command prompt. On Windows, search cmd in the start menu. 0 KPУT0 PAБ0TA C K0MAHДH0Й CTP0K0Й ПPИBET 1989

6 - Clone AutoEq

git clone https://github.com/jaakkopasanen/AutoEq.git

Go to AutoEq location

cd AutoEq

Create a python virtual environment

python -m venv venv

Activate virtualenv

# On Windows
venv\Scripts\activate.bat
# On Linux and Mac
. venv/bin/activate

Update pip

python -m pip install -U pip

Install required packages

python -m pip install -U -r requirements.txt

Verify installation. If everything went well, you'll see the list of command line parameters AutoEq accepts.

python autoeq.py --help
When coming back at a later time you'll only need to activate virtual environment again
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# On Windows
cd AutoEq
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# On Linux and Mac
cd AutoEq
. venv/bin/activate

To learn more about virtual environments, read Python' venv documentation.

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usage: autoeq.py [-h] --input_dir INPUT_DIR [--output_dir OUTPUT_DIR]
                 [--standardize_input] [--new_only]
                 [--compensation COMPENSATION] [--equalize] [--parametric_eq]
                 [--fixed_band_eq] [--fc FC] [--q Q] [--ten_band_eq]
                 [--max_filters MAX_FILTERS] [--fs FS] [--bit_depth BIT_DEPTH]
                 [--phase PHASE] [--f_res F_RES] [--bass_boost BASS_BOOST]
                 [--iem_bass_boost IEM_BASS_BOOST] [--tilt TILT]
                 [--sound_signature SOUND_SIGNATURE] [--max_gain MAX_GAIN]
                 [--treble_f_lower TREBLE_F_LOWER]
                 [--treble_f_upper TREBLE_F_UPPER]
                 [--treble_max_gain TREBLE_MAX_GAIN]
                 [--treble_gain_k TREBLE_GAIN_K] [--show_plot]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --input_dir INPUT_DIR
                        Path to input data directory. Will look for CSV files
                        in the data directory and recursively in sub-
                        directories.
  --output_dir OUTPUT_DIR
                        Path to results directory. Will keep the same relative
                        paths for files found in input_dir.
  --standardize_input   Overwrite input data in standardized sampling and
                        bias?
  --new_only            Only process input files which don't have results in
                        output directory.
  --compensation COMPENSATION
                        File path to CSV containing compensation (target)
                        curve. Compensation is necessary when equalizing
                        because all input data is raw microphone data. See
                        "compensation", "innerfidelity/resources" and
                        "headphonecom/resources".
  --equalize            Will run equalization if this parameter exists, no
                        value needed.
  --parametric_eq       Will produce parametric eq settings if this parameter
                        exists, no value needed.
  --fixed_band_eq       Will produce fixed band eq settings if this parameter
                        exists, no value needed.
  --fc FC               Comma separated list of center frequencies for fixed
                        band eq.
  --q Q                 Comma separated list of Q values for fixed band eq. If
                        only one value is passed, it is used for all bands. Q
                        value can be calculated from bandwidth in N octaves by
                        Q = 2^(N/2)/(2^N-1).
  --ten_band_eq         Shortcut parameter for activating standard ten band eq
                        optimization.
  --max_filters MAX_FILTERS
                        Maximum number of filters for parametric EQ. Multiple
                        cumulative optimization runs can be done by giving
                        multiple filter counts separated by "+". "5+5" would
                        create 10 filters where the first 5 are usable
                        independently from the rest 5 and the last 5 can only
                        be used with the first 5. This allows to have multiple
                        configurations for equalizers with different number of
                        bands available. Not limited by default.
  --fs FS               Sampling frequency for impulse response and parametric
                        eq filters. Defaults to 44100.
  --bit_depth BIT_DEPTH
                        Number of bits for every sample in impulse response.
                        Defaults to 16.
  --phase PHASE         Impulse response phase characteristic. "minimum",
                        "linear" or "both". Defaults to "minimum"
  --f_res F_RES         Frequency resolution for impulse responses. If this is
                        20 then impulse response frequency domain will be
                        sampled every 20 Hz. Filter length for impulse
                        responses will be fs/f_res. Defaults to 10.
  --bass_boost BASS_BOOST
                        Bass boost shelf. Sub-bass frequencies will be boosted
                        by this amount. Can be either a single value for a
                        gain in dB or a comma separated list of three values
                        for parameters of a low shelf filter, where the first
                        is gain in dB, second is center frequency (Fc) in Hz
                        and the last is quality (Q). When only a single value
                        (gain) is given, default values for Fc and Q are used
                        which are 100 Hz and 0.65, respectively. For example "
                        --bass_boost=6" or "--bass_boost=9.5,150,0.69".
  --iem_bass_boost IEM_BASS_BOOST
                        iem_bass_boost argument has been removed, use "--
                        bass_boost" instead!
  --tilt TILT           Target tilt in dB/octave. Positive value (upwards
                        slope) will result in brighter frequency response and
                        negative value (downwards slope) will result in darker
                        frequency response. 1 dB/octave will produce nearly 10
                        dB difference in desired value between 20 Hz and 20
                        kHz. Tilt is applied with bass boost and both will
                        affect the bass gain.
  --sound_signature SOUND_SIGNATURE
                        File path to a sound signature CSV file. Sound
                        signature is added to the compensation curve. Error
                        data will be used as the sound signature target if the
                        CSV file contains an error column and otherwise the
                        raw column will be used. This means there are two
                        different options for using sound signature: 1st is
                        pointing it to a result CSV file of a previous run and
                        the 2nd is to create a CSV file with just frequency
                        and raw columns by hand (or other means). The Sound
                        signature graph will be interpolated so any number of
                        point at any frequencies will do, making it easy to
                        create simple signatures with as little as two or
                        three points.
  --max_gain MAX_GAIN   Maximum positive gain in equalization. Higher max gain
                        allows to equalize deeper dips in frequency response
                        but will limit output volume if no analog gain is
                        available because positive gain requires negative
                        digital preamp equal to maximum positive gain.
                        Defaults to 6.0.
  --treble_f_lower TREBLE_F_LOWER
                        Lower bound for transition region between normal and
                        treble frequencies. Treble frequencies can have
                        different max gain and gain K. Defaults to 6000.0.
  --treble_f_upper TREBLE_F_UPPER
                        Upper bound for transition region between normal and
                        treble frequencies. Treble frequencies can have
                        different max gain and gain K. Defaults to 8000.0.
  --treble_max_gain TREBLE_MAX_GAIN
                        Maximum positive gain for equalization in the treble
                        region. Defaults to 0.0.
  --treble_gain_k TREBLE_GAIN_K
                        Coefficient for treble gain, affects both positive and
                        negative gain. Useful for disabling or reducing
                        equalization power in the treble region. Defaults to 1.0.
  --show_plot           Plot will be shown if this parameter exists, no value
                        needed.

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