What I want is simple: I pluck the guitar string (or make some other sound), and the app tells me the frequency in Hz. [more inside]
Is there a quick way, using Python or Ruby or whatever, to read a wav file for several tones and import the time of the onset of different tones? [more inside]
I have been playing around with Audacity recently trying to understand a bit more about sound in general. One question I'm having trouble wrapping my head around is: How does Tone and Frequency relate? For instance, the 2600 Hz is a high-pitched tone. Does that mean that anything that produced that same tone would be at 2600 Hz? And does it mean that for the entire range of human hearing -- all of those Hz -- that one tone corresponds to a particular frequency? I am looking for some basic explanation or even tools to play with...
I need some earplugs to block out rooster crows while I sleep. Help! [more inside]
I want to produce a continuous synth tone from a sample of my own voice. [more inside]
What are some reputable resources on the deleterious health effects of low frequency sound / vibration? [more inside]
Generating pure sound tones at a specific power level, for recording to a CD... [more inside]
Can a 17kHz sound transmit through windows? [more inside]