[linux-audio-user] rezound, test disk and subsonic filter
fullgo at dellorfano.net
Sun Mar 19 22:29:30 EST 2006
Any EQ plugin should do the trick for you. Freqtweek seems to be a good
tool for carving out areas of EQ. Jammin will do the same as well.
On Sun, 2006-03-19 at 18:14 -0800, badgers wrote:
> Hello, I am new to this list. Please excuse my post if it is not on topic.
> I am trying to do the following:
> create a test disk that has tracks 30 sec in length
> each track will be a specific hz frequency
> 25 hz
> 30 hz
> 35 hz
> 40 hz
> and so on....
> Once I figure out what the lowest frequency my car system can reproduce
> cleanly, I would like to try and filter out everything below that frequency.
> So lets say my sub hadles 30 hz and above.
> I would like to "process" my music to remove everything below 30 hz.
> I was playing with rezound and the TAP plug-ins but I was not able to get a
> clean break at a given frequency.
> any help is apprecitaed.
> thank you for your time and have a good day.
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Joseph Dell'Orfano <fullgo at dellorfano.net>
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