Month: July 2019

Why Your RTA App Isn’t Showing What You Think It Is

Why Your RTA App Isn’t Showing What You Think It Is

I was recently reading a forum discussion about whether an external mic was necessary when using a mobile app for RTA / spectrum analysis.  It had occurred to me that the physical dimensions of the device might cause some significant spectral variance as the device’s orientation changed relative to the source. In other words, the …

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Intro to FFT Audio Analyzers – Free Webinar

Intro to FFT Audio Analyzers – Free Webinar

Just for fun, we’re going to have a little Zoom webinar to cover some of the basic principles and operation of a dual-channel FFT audio analyzer.  It’s going to be free and quite informal, so come by, check it out, ask questions, have a good time. You don’t even have to dress up. When? Saturday, …

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Filters, Phase, and the Double Patched Kick

Filters, Phase, and the Double Patched Kick

This post comes on the heels of this article by my friend Jim Yakabuski, and my recent article about double-patched channels, so if you’re not up to speed on those, check them out and then come back. I’ll be here.   Back? Okay great. So the discussion now is that we want to split a …

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