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English: Smaart (Sound Measurement Acoustical Analysis Real Time tool) is one of the most widely used audio and acoustic measurement tools,[1] a software application for the analysis portion of acoustical measurements and instrumentation. Introduced in 1996 by JBL's pro audio division, it was designed to help the live sound engineer optimize the linearity of sound reinforcement systems during the public performance unlike most earlier analysis systems which required specific test signals sent to the sound system, ones which would be unpleasant for the audience to hear. It was also intended to assist audio engineers in analyzing the output of loudspeakers, audio amplifiers and other audio gear, as well as helping the acoustician analyze room acoustics.
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  1. Slaton, Shannon (August 1, 2007). "Sound Product of the Month: EAW Smaart Software". LiveDesign. Penton Media. Retrieved on January 8, 2011.

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