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Spectrum visualization: how-to/request: extend dB scale below -60 dB, [was “Spectogram visualization”/“low levels”]
pawelq
post May 15 2012, 18:28
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Is there a way to extend the dB scale of built-in spectrogram visualization below -60dB? If not, please consider this a feature request.


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romor
post May 15 2012, 19:05
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That's accually possible:



you'll need to play with custom colors a bit


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pawelq
post May 15 2012, 19:32
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I am sorry, I meant the Spectrum visuzalization. Could a moderator please change the topic? Sorry!

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dhromed
post May 15 2012, 19:40
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My spectrogram is set to: black - colour - white - white, which does an excellent job of intensifying the display by just the right amount.

You can optionally set the second white to a bright colour to highlight the parts one might call "very loud".

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