[LAU] Frequency-response analyzer for Linux?

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 18:26:08 EDT 2009

Probably it's way overkill but I think I'd start with Jamin. It has
good visuals, built in equalizers and limiters. you could play with
sounds, learn what you think works.

just my vies,

On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 3:05 PM, Ken Restivo<ken at restivo.org> wrote:
> I have a couple DSP-for-dummies questions.
> I'm still intrigued by the idea of getting a proper Auto Wah-Wah sound going.
> I like the approach of building one out of LADSPA plugins.
> My question is this: what tools would I use on Linux to analyze the frequency response and characteristics of the many, many LADSPA filter plugins, so as to decide which has the response closest to a real wah circuit (i.e. a lowpass with a resonant peak just above the rolloff point)?
> What I'm going for is this:
> http://www.geofex.com/Article_Folders/wahpedl/wahped.htm
> I don't know squat about DSP, otherwise I might just try coding something up; the LADSPA spec looks pretty straightforward.
> -ken
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