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Why can I hear 120 BPM, but not 2 Hz?

I think you've misunderstood what Frequency is, with respect to audio. Whilst 'Frequency' typically is 'how frequently something occurs', in audio it's how many times a sine-wave oscillates in a ...
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How can I get rid of the "phase shifter" sound of my voice?

Having listened to mentioned in comments - the effect doesn't come in at the 49s mark, it's there right from the start. It is definitely a phase issue - but I'm ...
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What dB level corosponds to the lower 8 bits of a 24 bit pcm/wav file?

PCM samples in a wav file are coded in 2's complement. For a N bits sample size, it means that the maximum positive sample value is 2^(N-1) - 1 and the minimum negative value is -2^(N-1). For N = 24, ...
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Looking for function generator or app which will stream / cast audio

There is a website that can help - https://www.szynalski.com/tone-generator/ . As long as your computer can send audio wirelessly. You can change frequencies on the fly (and even punch in precise ...
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How can I get rid of the "phase shifter" sound of my voice?

Glad the OP is no longer having the problem, but I am very confident I hear the artifacts of a noise reduction plugin all over this YouTube recording. Coupled with a considerable amount of ambient ...
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Guitar pedal randomly changes tone to a fuzzy sound - how to fix it?

Dissatisfying answer, but I completely unscrewed/unbolted the pedalboard, then put it back together, and after that it worked (I've played guitar with it twice over a few days and no problems). So ...
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Guitar pedal randomly changes tone to a fuzzy sound - how to fix it?

Probably a dirty switch or dirty pot, making a 'crackle' which is interpreted by the digital encoders as legitimate new information. As it's second hand & well out of guarantee/warranty, the first ...
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Reproducing downsampling effect on guitar tone

Audacity (and probably other resampling algorithms as well) use filters that are steeper than 48 dB/octave. The difference might be audible. As the goal of filtering in resampling is to cut ...
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Why can I hear 120 BPM, but not 2 Hz?

It's simple really; Your speakers can't reproduce a 1Hz sinewave, and if it could, you wouldn't hear it due to the limits of human hearing(plus, due to the size of the speaker cone, it would have very ...
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How can I get rid of the "phase shifter" sound of my voice?

FINALLY! I found this in the Audacity docs, and this part of it: Right-click once again over the required input device, click Properties then click the Advanced tab. Set Default Format to mono or ...
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How can I get rid of the "phase shifter" sound of my voice?

Most likely there is a fault with your recording set up or microphone. The 'Mars effect' might actually be caused by a low frequency vibration that is getting into the mic, possibly from the ...
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App that quickly analyzes waveforms and displays tones

ableton has a drag n drop feature that allows you to place a wave or mp3 in a midi track and get kind've interpretation of what the melody and harmony is, though you may have to use your sensibilies ...
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App that quickly analyzes waveforms and displays tones

This sounds like an audio to midi converter. By analysing the audio file, you can retrieve pitch and duration information which coincidentally is what you require to generate midi note-on and note-off ...
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