Exporting a calibration profile for MERGING+ANUBIS interface

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Export your SoundID Reference calibration profile and run it on the MERGING+ANUBIS interface's hardware-level DSP.


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Note: Profile export functionality requires a permanent license of SoundID Reference (not available with trial licenses).



Profile export availability and requirements

With the SoundID Reference and Merging Technologies integration, you can export calibration profiles and import them straight onto your MERGING+ANUBIS interface.


SoundID Reference export options and license requirements:


Merging Technologies hardware and license requirements:


NOTE! Multichannel profile export is not available with the SoundID Reference legacy versions.

Exporting a calibration profile

  1. Launch the SoundID Reference standalone app and navigate to the Output Panel
  2. Select your preset and click on  "..." > ExportMerging Technologies
  3. Enter the serial number of your MERGING+ANUBIS interface (e.g. A123456)
  4. Confirm the export location and click Next to export



By default, the exported calibration profile (a .bin file) will be saved in the following directory:

  • Windows: 
    AppData\Local\Sonarworks\SoundID Reference\Sonarworks Projects\Exported Presets
  • macOS:
    /Library/Application Support/Sonarworks/Sonarworks Projects/Exported Presets


Note: For macOS users: since version 5.4.0 (Oct 18, 2022) the "Sonarworks" folder has been moved from ~/Library/Sonarworks to ~/Library/Application Support/Sonarworks



Importing the profile into the Anubis interface

  1. Launch the Anubis remote Web Access page (From the MAD, VAD or ANEMAN double mouse click on the Anubis Icon)
  2. At the top left under menu select Upload SoundID profile in order to import the profile into the Anubis
  3. The profiles have now been imported into your Anubis

For a more detailed overview of the import process, visit the Merging Technologies guide.


What's included in the profile export?

The exported calibration profile will include the following information and DSP settings adjustments by default:

  • Calibration
  • Target Mode
  • Dry/Wet
  • Listening Spot
  • Limit Controls
  • Preset Name


The exported calibration profile will not include the following information (your target device may use its own processing solutions for these DSP features):

  • Output Gain: the gain control will take place on the integration device
  • Filter Type: processing will take place on the integration device, using its own filter solution
  • Safe Headroom: the values are exported in the profile, but might be applied differently on different integration devices


Note: Make sure that Calibration is Enabled before exporting the profile so that Calibration and all DSP settings are successfully included in the export.

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