#1
Hey there guys,

Looking for an oscilloscope software for a school assignment. Basically all I need is a comparison between frequency of a pitch, and amplitude, either in decibels or volts. Volts is preferable, though I could probably work with decibels. What I'm doing is comparing how the amount of winds on a pickup will affect the harmonic content of a pitch, so I'll have to be able to look at the fundamental frequency, and its harmonics within, say, a two octave range.

Must be Mac OSX. Freeware software is preferable, but if needs be, I'll uTorrent.

Thanks for any help that may come out of this!
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Last edited by Baby Joel at Sep 23, 2010,
#2
I'd love one meant solely for oscilloscope too.

Although if nothing better turns up, you can use audacity to record through a line in or mic, then when you zoom in on the audio track it shows waveforms. The thing with guitar that I've heard people say is that with it's vast harmonic content, it doesn't really resemble a sine wave as much as they thought it would.


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#4
Thanks for the help, both of you. I'll see what I can do with what you've suggested.
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