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A spectrogram always has some non-zero amplitude value at all frequencies, even when it seems there is nothing there (values like 5.1e-007). Two main properties determine what frequencies are "seeable". First is sampling rate: a recording made at 48K has values up to 24K and absolutely nothing above, and one made at 22K maxes out at 11K. This is a ...


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