Re: Frequency analysis


Subject: Re: Frequency analysis
From: Katharine Norman (katharine@novamara.com)
Date: Tue Nov 30 2004 - 13:37:31 EST


haven't used it much, but the free (and cross platform) WaveSurfer
seems useful too, with many display/transcription options.

http://www.speech.kth.se/wavesurfer/

Katharine

On Monday, November 29, 2004, at 05:58 PM, Carey Dodge wrote:

> Hi,
>
> If you work at a university or have similar access to
> a working version of max you can customize your
> patches there and still use 'runtime' to run the
> patches. Just to let it be known. Max is doing some
> pretty high quality stuff nowadays...
>
> Cheers,
>
> Carey
>
>
> --- Jason Smalridge <inadaze@mac.com> wrote:
>> Thanks,
>> I used up my free 30 day trial so I tried to use
>> Pure Data instead.
>> In the end, Audacity actually worked fine.
>>
>> Thanks anyway,
>> Jay
>> On 29-Nov-04, at 11:15 AM, Carey Dodge wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> you can also do frequency analysis in Max/MSP.
>> You
>>> can run the demo for free and there are free
>> downloads
>>> at the cycling74 website and beyond.
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>> Carey
>>>
>>> --- Jason Smalridge <inadaze@mac.com> wrote:
>>>> That is perfect! Exactly what I was looking for.
>>>> This looks like a
>>>> pretty good software.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks all!
>>>> Jay
>>>> On 16-Nov-04, at 3:44 PM, Phil Thomson wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> 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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>>>>> { home: http://www.sfu.ca/~pthomson
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>>>>>
>>>>
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>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
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