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How do I measure a frequency of a song?

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I want to buy new headphones but I don't know if I should buy headphones with  better  bass, mid range or treble frequency range so I tought that there might be a program that has a feature where I could import a song and the program would output  the range of frequencies so I could choose new headphones based on that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What?

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A song is made out of millions of frequencies.

 

Maybe try to explain better what you're trying to measure.

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28 minutes ago, Enderman said:

What?

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A song is made out of millions of frequencies.

 

Maybe try to explain better what you're trying to measure.

I want to buy new headphones but I don't know if I should buy headphones with  better  bass, mid range or treble frequency range so I tought that there might be a program that has a feature where I could import a song and the program would output  the range of frequencies so I could choose new headphones based on that.

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40 minutes ago, Jack The Banana Developer said:

Go audacity and press open freq meter and press start then save..

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For this to work properly you should get your ears checked too. Headphones tuned to your ears sound better than those tuned to the music....

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10 hours ago, Jaok said:

I want to buy new headphones but I don't know if I should buy headphones with  better  bass, mid range or treble frequency range so I tought that there might be a program that has a feature where I could import a song and the program would output  the range of frequencies so I could choose new headphones based on that.

Well first of all, you can only hear between 20Hz and 20KHz regardless of what your song has, because you're a human.

 

Second, looking at the frequency range is not a way of determining the quality of headphones. Pretty much all of them can do 20Hz to 20Khz and ones that can go lower than 20 or higher than 20K are not necessarily better.

 

Third, read reviews or test them in store to actually find out what to buy.

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