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"Intensity" of each frequency range
post Feb 2 2008, 15:46
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Different songs have different "intensity" of each frequency range. I call it "intensity" but I'm sure there is a correct technical name for that. Correct me please.

So when I increase the high frequencies of a song using an equalizer, if I keep that eq. setting and play another song the result will not be good if the second song has "stronger" high frequencies than the first one. So I need to change equalizer for each song.

Is there any software that can analyze a song and tell me the "intensity" of each range of frequency?
This way I can reprocess the WAV files and add a fine tuning equaliztion for each one.

I have Cool Edit Pro but don't know if it can do it.
Can anyone help me?

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post Feb 3 2008, 10:26
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smile.gif I think every professional sound editor should have something called Spectrum Analyzer or Analysis which could help you.
By visual inspection while listening you could evaluate what you try to.
As to the "Intesity" - I do not know a suitable word for that. The "Intensities" are usually phisical quantities related to a surface units while spectra are formal objects close to power, so they could be called power densities of the sound waves.
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