#1
Whats that thing called which will visually represent the frequencies which are too loud and those are too low?

If you get what I mean -_-

Edit:- This tool is to aid me in equalization, in case that helps.

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#2
Frequency Chart?
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#5
Frequency illustrator chart?
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You mean a graphic equalizer?

Nope
This will display a graph showing me which frequencies are too loud, which too soft
#10
I think Audacity has a visual representation of the volume, and hwere it clips, etc.
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I think Audacity has a visual representation of the volume, and hwere it clips, etc.



Yeah, this is what im talking about...

If theres too much bass, little treble and mids, this is what it would look like...

Edit:- I mean I dont think that what I'm talking about >.<

Edit:- Gonna check it out anyways

Edit:- I think it IS a spectograph
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#16
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Yes!

What program is that, and what is it called?

Thanks!

The program is Apple Logic. Their EQ has that button on the side that says "Analyzer" that brings up that little frequency line, and it also moves in real time as you play the song.
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The program is Apple Logic. Their EQ has that button on the side that says "Analyzer" that brings up that little frequency line, and it also moves in real time as you play the song.


Ty.

Does Cubase have a similar function?
I'm dl'ing it right now.

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Ty.

Does Cubase have a similar function?
I'm dl'ing it right now.

Please dont freak out on me for dl'ing it. I cant buy it, parents wont pay. I cant get a job, theres a law which prevents anyone under 16 from getting a job, and I turn 16 in October, but yet, the good places only hire 18+. >.<


I haven't used Cubase before, but yeah I'm pretty sure there'll be something similar. Most DAWs will have an equalizer plug-in that looks like that.