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How do you identify clicks and pops in a spectral analysis?

In addition these spectral characteristics for clicks/pops, in your audio, localize some of your pop/crackle sounds by ear and scrub over them in the timeline, while looking at the spectrogram. You'll ...
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How lossless is my lossless music?

Audio sampled at 44.1 kHz (like normal audio CDs) can in theory contain content up to the Nyquist limit of 22.05kHz. However, you need a filter to remove all content above that limit, otherwise it ...
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How do you identify clicks and pops in a spectral analysis?

Welcome to SD. I think you might be placing too much importance on what this can do for you. Looking at what you have there, a lot of the noise floor is just broadband noise, I assume that came from ...
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mp3 spectral analysis blue above 16 khz

Everybody seems to have this obsession with looking at pictures of sound. You can't tell what something sounds like by looking at a picture of it, the same as looking at a picture of food doesn't tell ...
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Isolating "common" portion of multiple samples

You probably already thought of this, but if there is a common sound/signal frequency wise, simply taking the average of all the FFTs will attenuate the uncommon parts, while the common part remains ...

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