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[request] setting the range of the spectrogram
dr.cake
post Nov 17 2012, 09:22
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Hey,
great player indeed, thanks for it!
There is one small thing what I miss, and that is the sub frequencies displayed in the spectrogram. Now it's roughly around 60 Hz, but it would be great if you could lower the spectrograms lower limit to 30Hz or something or even better, add the ability to adjust it manually. It's one of the best spectrograms I've seen by the way, I love it (I checked a few VSTs as well).
Thanks!
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darkflame23
post Jan 16 2013, 10:29
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QUOTE (dr.cake @ Nov 17 2012, 10:22) *
Hey,
great player indeed, thanks for it!
There is one small thing what I miss, and that is the sub frequencies displayed in the spectrogram. Now it's roughly around 60 Hz, but it would be great if you could lower the spectrograms lower limit to 30Hz or something or even better, add the ability to adjust it manually. It's one of the best spectrograms I've seen by the way, I love it (I checked a few VSTs as well).
Thanks!


I'd like to second this request. You can't even see the fundamental frequencies of a bass guitar. It would be good if it went down to 0Hz/DC by default, or if there was a user setting for Min/Max frequencies. I'd also like the option to fade between a linear and logarithmic response. Another cool thing would be to have a switchable ruler on the left or right of the screen, showing the actual frequencies. I also agree that apart from these issues, it's one of the nicest Spectrograms out there. Looks great in full screen.

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dhromed
post Jan 16 2013, 12:46
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10Hz is barely shown, but anything from 20Hz and upwards is displayed in the spectrogram.

Setting the FFT Size to max makes 10-40Hz all but disappear, though.

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