I am sorry I did not understand the question
So I uploaded the wav file in matlab and converted it into a table.
The variable in matlab has values between -1 and 1.
In the table, positive values range from 1 to 32767 (2^15-1). The negative values from -1 to 0 range in the table from 32768 to 65536-1=65535.
so my matlab code is the following (it would work on octave):
fileID = fopen('IR.txt','w');
Then I open the text file and copy it into the axoloti table.
PS: Deconvolution is not patented of course. There is a lot of litterature about that. However extracting an IR from a room is easy. You can clap your hand to excite all the frequencies or use a sine sweep signal with a speaker. It is much more tricky to apply a sine sweep to an acoustic guitar and you might not want to hit it with a hammer. Actually, there is a paper showing that the hammer is not the best method to extract an IR from a guitar. Anyway, I like how it is done in the audiosprockets patent. My way to make acoustic guitar IR is slightly different but quite close. I would not describe it better than what's in the patent.