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Re: 18 April 2014 Live Chat
Max The Magnificent   4/18/2014 1:41:08 PM
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@Duane: What about using different colors for harmonics or overlapping frequencies?

If you look at Parts 1 and 2 of the BADASS Display project, you will see videos showing all sorts of ways of displaying the info. One of them had the different colors changing horisontally -- each frequency having a different color.

I also like the "peak hold" type where the top-most dot on a frequency column hangs for a moment and then slowly falls.

The great thing is that -- once youve extracted the spectum info -- you can play with all sorts of ways of displaying it -- that's the part I'm really looking forward to -- I'm hoping to bring this to EE Live 2015! to show it off...



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