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Re: How to optimise high passage

Subject: Re: How to optimise high passage
From: "Avocet" madl74
Date: Mon Jun 13, 2011 7:46 am ((PDT))

I have had a play with your track using Audacity v1.3. On a power
spectrum <Analyze-Plot Spectrum> I saw two peaks and I wrote an

On Version 1.3 look for an Audacity file called <EQCurves.xml> and add
the following curve using a text editor:

 <curve name=3D"Jose Freitas">
  <point f=3D"30.000000000000" d=3D"-12.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"60.000000000000" d=3D"-24.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"70.000000000000" d=3D"-24.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"100.000000000000" d=3D"-10.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"200.000000000000" d=3D"-3.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"300.000000000000" d=3D"-0.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"1500.000000000000" d=3D"0.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"1800.000000000000" d=3D"0.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"3000.000000000000" d=3D"-12.000000000000"/>
  <point f=3D"22000.000000000000" d=3D"-24.000000000000"/>

This may be too strong an effect but you can change the d=3D" settings.

Try this in <Effect-Equalization> and then <Efffect-Normalize to 3dB>

I've put the equalized file temporarily on:


David Brinicombe
North Devon, UK
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