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|16th April 2010, 19:02||#1|
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Frequency range chart in reference to Various Musical Instruments
I came across this chart on the web a while back, and thought it might come in handy for the DIY tuners while tinkering with eq settings on your audio systems, as well as the others who have an interest in sound and music.
It indicates the frequency ranges of musical instruments, as well as the human vocal range. I hope this is a better way to understand what is meant by the terms Sub Bass, Mid Bass,Mid Range, High Mids, High Frequencies.
I am sure the gurus here will add a lot more value in interpreting and deciphering insight from this chart that could come n handy while tuning our ICE systems.
Note to mods: If a similar thread exists please move it or delete it. The chart is not my creation and am unaware of who should be credited for it.
|16th April 2010, 19:26||#2|
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Simply means that if you wish to hear music and vocals - you need to up the midrange.
If you wish to hear only percussion - you need to up the bass and treble and down the midrange.
|16th April 2010, 21:25||#4|
some more links on EQ help for you
Songstuff: EQ Frequencies
RECCOMENDED EQUALIZATION FREQUENCIES
and a similar chart but it is slightly different with a similar purpose - should add more information to the above chart
taken from PSB speakers
source = PSB Speakers - The Frequencies of Music
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