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Old 23rd October 2017, 06:35 PM   #81
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Ah, thanks, Pano! Sorry I missed that -- that does the trick.
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You're welcome!
I ran peak values on the EDM tracks for you, as those would have the highest bass peaks. See below.
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Nice 2nd order, Q > 0.707 high pass filter centered at 40 Hz for the latter spectrum.
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Yes, surprising, really. I did see one track that had a low sweep from about 35 to 70Hz, tho it actually rolled off at the bottom. Another track (not included) had a small peak circa 13Hz. Didn't see anything else nearly that low. Basically bass is 10dB above midrage and mids are 10dB above the tweeter range for peaks.

Anyhow, that's the way it's recorded. How you play it back is another matter.
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