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Ideas for audio spectrum
Some small ideas

It would be great to be able to draw an audio spectrum with a non-logarithmic axis. That would allow students to directly see the regularity in the higher harmonics of a guitar string or a vibrating elastic. Then they could visually compare with a pan flute. (This would probably require a way to set the max frequency on the graph)

For quick experiments it could be nice to  be able to read peak frequencies directly from the phone. One idea is to click on the graph to add a point.. Another idea is to select a range to find a local maximum within the range. Alternatively you could just add a slider below the graph.and use the slider to choose a frequency that you want to mark on the graph.

Kind regards, and thank you for Phyphox


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Ideas for audio spectrum - by Niels Langager Ellegaard - 09-27-2018, 05:29 AM
RE: Ideas for audio spectrum - by adareau - 01-08-2019, 03:20 PM

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