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    Box design software

    I want to play around with some box design software for educational purposes. Is the RE Audio online box designer a decent one to use?



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    Re: Box design software

    No. Go find WinISD(there's a free and paid version), and play around with that.

    Bass Box Pro is also very good.




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    Re: Box design software

    This is good to you dude, I will look forward to this.




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    Re: Box design software

    Bass box Pro or Term-Pak



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    Re: Box design software

    For the record, the only "real" use Winisd/BBP, etc. have is your ability to see what changes what, not so much how the box will actually sound, if that makes sense. Once you drop a box in a car EVERYTHING changes so anything winisd tells you is pretty much irrelevant. What you can use it for is to play around and see how changing stuff like box volume effects the response. Then, using that, you can design the box from there.




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