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Old 12-02-2019, 11:49 PM   #4
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can you please let me know about the peaks and valleys in this final waveform

is it bad to have many peaks next to each other very closely?

is it bad to have many wide valleys?

what else should i look out for?

i'm just trying to understand better what i see in terms of peaks and valleys...what can you see there?

Thanks
well, its all about frequency masking: peaks mask frequency content left and right to it!

Maybe you increase the smoothing resolution of your FFT to better identify peaks and valleys. And using a 3 or 4.5dB FFT slope makes reading easier.

Next step would be to level out peaks and valleys, based on the musical content in the specific frequency range. This can done with an EQ or any other frequency matching tool like Euphonia.
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