Frequency specrtrum analyzer

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  1. LoveElecs

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    Hi everyone. Is there anyone here who knows where can i simulate my audio which were i can analyze its frequency and bandwidth of the signal?
    Thanks guys! Please need help here.
     
  2. Papabravo

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    You can simulate audio in any number of places. You can use any device that plays recorded audio, you can use an FM receiver, you can use an MP3 play, you can use a CD player. Oh wait a minute. Did you mean to ask: "how can I simulate my audio..."? Words are important and need to be chosen carefully.
     
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  4. Nykolas

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    I use the free Visual Analyser from www.sillanumsoft.org with a "calibrated" Behringer ECM8000 microphone and a Creative E-MU0204 USB preamp. You could replace the ECM8000 and the E-MU with an un-calibrated electret mike and the computer soundcard. E
     
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  5. Nykolas

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    Bertus: Great site in post #3, in my favorites now. Thanks! E
     
  6. LoveElecs

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    Yes it is needed to simulate sir.i have here my audio and i need to know the frequency that i have to be detected for my project purposes.
     
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  7. LoveElecs

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    Because i have here an audio sir and i need to know its frequency for my project purposes. Thank you
     
  8. Papabravo

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    If you already have the audio source then using the sound chip and a piece of software for the PC is the way to go.
     
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  10. LoveElecs

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    I just wanted to be sure sir, is the Peak frequency says 1346 Hz is the
     
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