What program is it that indicates content frequency range

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What program is it that indicates content frequency range

#1 Post by SethRocksYou » Fri Aug 09, 2019 3:22 pm

Hi guys,

I can't remember... what program is it that you guys use, that indicates the frequency range of digital/recorded music? I use PC.

Thank you in advance!

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Re: What program is it that indicates content frequency range

#2 Post by Grant Bunter » Fri Aug 09, 2019 3:50 pm

It's one of the functions in Audacity...
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#3 Post by SethRocksYou » Fri Aug 09, 2019 5:32 pm

Thank you Grant :thumbsup:

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Re: What program is it that indicates content frequency range

#4 Post by Grant Bunter » Sat Aug 10, 2019 4:54 am

No worries!
You might have to youtube Audacity to zoom in on the part your interested in..
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Re: What program is it that indicates content frequency range

#5 Post by 88h88 » Sun Aug 11, 2019 5:33 am

You might want to try Resonic which I found a good while back...
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I found this mere moments ago and wow is it ever good. Previously you'd have to go into Audacity or another program to find out where the bass content of your tracks lies and it'd only let you analyse 15 seconds at a time. Resonic is a stunningly well produced program that's a mere 3MB in size and is a fully functional player and analyser.

I downloaded it, installed it, pointed it at a folder of tracks, pressed play on a track and instantly I see waveforms in real time. If you click the waveform button next to the volume it'll scroll through different types, 3rd one shows the frequency content and levels. It's so quick. As the track's playing it'll whomp out the lows and by hovering your mouse cursor it'll tell you where the content sits. Killer Mike's Big Beast for example (produced by El-P) has content sitting at 27hz on the low end. Damn.

http://resonic.at/ Free, tiny, fast. No reason for you not to try it.

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Re: What program is it that indicates content frequency range

#6 Post by SethRocksYou » Sun Aug 11, 2019 6:09 pm

88h88 wrote:
Sun Aug 11, 2019 5:33 am
You might want to try Resonic which I found a good while back...
Waaaaayyyy easier and less involved. Not perfect for the purpose, but certainly good enough for my needs. Thanks 88h88!

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Re: What program is it that indicates content frequency range

#7 Post by himhimself » Mon Aug 12, 2019 7:52 am

Thanks for the link to Resonic. Can't wait to download and try it. I've messed with Audacity quite a bit in the past, but always was a little unsure if I was analyzing and seeing the frequencies correctly. This looks better.
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