Cross-correlation is a
mathematical operation between two signals.
Die SQRT correlation is
similar to the normal cross-correlation. The only difference is, that the square
root (SQRT) is computed before displaying the data. For a mono signal you will
monitor the power spectrum of the signal instead of the squared one.
The correlometer performs
a special normalization. If both signals are identical 0dB is displayed. This
type of display allows to monitor differences between the two channels easily.
Pure level differences are automatically recognized and removed. This means that
are balance change does not modify the display.
You can easily monitor all correlation results over time by using the
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