[LAD] Listing lowest and highest frequencies in a track?

Harry van Haaren harryhaaren at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 11:52:24 UTC 2012

I use Fons' JAAA for this. It has a "freeze" button, so when you hear a low
note, you'll see it, then hit freeze, then there's peak analysers that you
can place on the display, and it'll tell you its Hz (and estimate a note).
dB can be read right off the Y axis.

It doesn't analyse the whole song as such, but it'll get you going. Small
post on DnB production / mastering, uses JAAA for visualizing the audio:

Cheers, -Harry

On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 5:54 AM, Bearcat M. <hometheater at feline-soul.com>wrote:

> Folks,
> Is there a Linux program out there that i can throw a wave file at that
> will tell me what the lowest and highest frequencies are in it, where
> they are and at what dB they occur?
> I was listening to some dubstep today and wondering how low it really
> went. I would bet that most of the "bassy" music i have doesn't even go
> below 30 hz.
> Thanks,
> Bearcat
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