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Assuming that we want to display a spectrogram of the <code>Samples1.wav</code> we will do the following:
 
Assuming that we want to display a spectrogram of the <code>Samples1.wav</code> we will do the following:
  
*[[User Guide/Tutorials/Opening the samples.xml DataSet|Open the ]][[User Guide/Tutorials/Opening the samples.xml DataSet|samples.xml]][[User Guide/Tutorials/Opening the samples.xml DataSet| DataSet]] if it is not already open.
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* [[User_Guide/Tutorials/Opening_the_samples.stxpr_project|Open the sample {{STX}} project]], if it is not already open.
 
*Select the <code>Samples1.wav</code> file in the Overview.
 
*Select the <code>Samples1.wav</code> file in the Overview.
 
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Latest revision as of 09:01, 30 September 2019

Extended Workspace Mode

The basic steps needed to analyse a sound file in STx in the extended workspace mode are as follows:

  • Select the sound file or segment you wish to analyse.
  • Select the desired analysis profile from the Signal Analysis & Display branch of the Application & Setup Tree tree.
  • Press the run button Resource run.png

Analysing a sample sound file

Assuming that we want to display a spectrogram of the Samples1.wav we will do the following:

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  • Select Signal.All segment in the Detail

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  • Select a Spectrogram & Parameters Viewer profile from the Application & Setup Tree tree. We will use the FFT_22Hz profile, which is preconfigured to display a spectrogram and waveform of the selected signal using a

Taking the example sound file Samples1.wav from the sample project, we will analyse it using the FFT_22HZ Spectrogram & Parameters Viewer profile.