Re: Frequency analysis


Subject: Re: Frequency analysis
From: Phil Thomson (philthom@freeshell.org)
Date: Tue Nov 16 2004 - 15:44:15 EST


Audacity exports a text file containing a list of frequencies and their
magnitudes in a sample which is up to 23.8 seconds in length. It may be
less visual than other means, but it is also somewhat more precise (even
if pseudoprecise). Go to View > Plot spectrum and then export.

audacity.sf.net

P

> Hi,
> I was wondering if anyone could tell me the name of a free software for
> MacOSX that could record a sound and then give a spectrum reading of it. I
> am tuning metal xylophone bars and need to know what frequencies are present
> in the bars sound.
> I tried sound Hack but I don't know the software to well. If anyone knows
> how to use it for this purpose, please enlighten me.
>
> Thanks as always
> Jay
>

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