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post #1 of 10 Old 05-11-2009, 06:40 AM - Thread Starter
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Just curious if there is a program or anything that I can use to basically see a frequency graph of songs. Preferably something easy to use...ie I can have a song in itunes and it will show a graph of all of the notes. Just want to be able to equate what a note sounds like and what it actually is. I tried to google for a program, but nothing came up.
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Looking for waterfall graphs? I don't know if the one most people use for movies will work for music too. Don't see why it wouldn't.
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Just looking for something so I can correlate what I hear to an actual number.

Like at the GTG, Ricci said a certain track had a 14hz note...how does he know that?
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Is called Spectrum Lab.

http://freenet-homepage.de/dl4yhf/spectra1.html

This link explains everything you need to know. Its done for movies but music would be the same.

https://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=755493

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Just looking for something so I can correlate what I hear to an actual number.

Like at the GTG, Ricci said a certain track had a 14hz note...how does he know that?

Because he measured it

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Thank you sir, I'll try to figure out how to use this software.
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Thank you sir, I'll try to figure out how to use this software.

The links above has lots of info and should help you get everything working.

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The bass I love you track has a 16 hz tone that's recorded pretty hot. It also has a 7 or 8 directly after it that's not quite as loud. Don't know if that's the one you are talking about or not.
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Yeah, that's the one...I thought it was 14hz for some reason.
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Search the WEB for SONOGRAPH. Spectrogram, spectrascope and so on.
I also use an RTA to take a look at a ingest of an LP that I want to clean up for transfer to CD. You can spot table rumble, deck rumble, about where it could be rolled off top and bottom, and with some experience a sense of "tilt". Than with tools like GOLDWAVE, you can clean things up.
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