The Frequency Spectrum

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10 replies on “The Frequency Spectrum”

Happy to hear that!! I’ve put a lot of extra effort into making charts. Especially when we get to the mixdown section, I think it’s really helpful to have something to look at 🙂

I’m a beginner in composition but I grew up through the lessons so far.
I want to learn how to make the muffled sound clearer next sound design classes if you can.

While this makes sense I think it’s also important to note that what we refer to as lower mids here are also commonly called bass. There’s sub-bass that’s below 100 hz and then bass till 500 hz right? I always thought mids start from 500 hertz, though this is a lot cleaner way to look at it.

That’s true, though it just gets confusing when referring to it as bass, because I often talk about the lower mids of a bass sound. Imagine if I said “the bass frequencies of this bass could be stronger”, I think that would cause a lot of cunfusion. That’s why I said you will find different names and different points of division sometimes when you look up the spectrum online, but this is the way that I prefer personally

SPAN is also a great free spectral analyzer

sidenote : you’re making me wonder if i’ve been isolating the lows too high by setting my default eq up to 120. will experiment 🙂

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