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    melodic range spectrograms from my sounds


    Hi all
    new here I would like to share some of my electronic generated sounds melodic range spectrograms with sonic visualiser

    dont know yet how to insert here images directly

    kind regards
    Adrian

    https://sites.google.com/view/sonic-visualiser-spectrograms/p%C3%A1gina-principal

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    Hi

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    great thanks for the info
    kind regards

    Adrian N
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    Image test

    Adrian N
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    some of the strangest spectrograms I got in my recordings I would like to share and compare to yours:

    Adrian N
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    some more spectrograms from my recorded sounds:

    Adrian N
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    The freesound player has a spectrogram option, (click on the bar-graph icon) ...



    https://freesound.org/people/Adrian010/sounds/500245/

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    thank you very much
    I also wanted to share some very strange spectrograms profiles from some of my sounds not yet uploaded
    I found the sonic visualiser melodic range spectrogram option useful for me to get more morphological or topographical nuances
    here the same sound file as spectrogram or as melodic range spectrogram gives me a radically diferent topographical information:

    Adrian N

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