datsound wrote:replay the sample 20-30 times to get all the data
Thankyou that is really nice of you to suggest, for the moment i am making a synth, however the temptation to make a HIFI sonogram with near bit precision is so high i couldnt help to ask.
The sonogram that micheal benjamin has posted seems very detailed, more even than ALL the free online ones which are lo-fi.
here is a pic of the one i did in reaktor, it is a bird song.
The advantage is you can zoom in to portions of audio 10ms long and 1khz in span and it would zoom with amazing bit precise detail so you could see audio waves the size of a pin dropping in any audio file. that is kindof what i thought could be fun in SM, save it could take less memory if the bit depth was just 6 bits rather than 32 bits(on reaktor 32 bit spectrogram means each point has 2^32 audio levels... OTT) !!!
the artifacts visible on my picture is because it is going through filters and i put the volume to high so there is major blurring of peaks across time and frequency.
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