Does it sound good to you? If you identify something that is offensive then you can use the tools in Dirac to fix the problem. I would not be in a big rush to fix something that is not broken. Use the automatic curve generation and then listen for a while if you like it then nothing more needs to be done. I use lots of bookmarks and mostly Wikipedia and REW forum at HTS to gain insight. Baby steps.
The curtains help adjust the range that Dirac creates filters for . No point creating filters for parts of the frequency range that will be unused due to crossover setting or where the speaker produces no real output of value. All the ups and downs in the frequency response curve is the result of reflections and cancelations in the room. The graphs are a visual representation of what the ears are hearing, at least in theory. I will update as I think of more ways we can help you get a better understanding. Bare in mind that Tony has formal training and higher education which I myself don't have so I bug him lots too. There are no stupid questions just stupid answers. Forums are for sharing and learning so you should not feel like a burden, I didn't know anywhere near what I know now 2 yrs ago and I have been heavy into car audio and speaker building for a lot of years.
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i honestly can't even begin to guess. It sounds like it's definitely not what you would expect. Any update Tony?
Not yet, the answer I am waiting on is to if the info outside of the curtains us used in determining the gain applied. I seen a pretty large difference between the gain in some of my measurements.
Let us know when your comfortable doing so. I'm having crazy level/gain issues all the sudden and I can't help wonder if its related to what your finding. The weird thing is I didn't have this issue before, it kind of came out of nowhere, and now I can't get ride of it.