spectral sins

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Spectral sins.jpg

The gray graph shows an FFT sonogram of the incoming signal.

You may set 8 "frequencies" manually to interesting spots of that spectrum or click proposal for random setting.

A sine wave at this frequency will then be envelope-followed by the incoming signal.

Use the number box on the top to scale the envelope follower logarithmically.

~boost: boosts the sins

~noise: adds a bit of noise

~steady: straightens out the sine waves, smoothens over beating frequencies.