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Public Response On Let S Build An Spectrum Analyzer In Python Pt 1 The Waveform Viewer

Stepbro8 Months ago
I dont know if im missing something, but where do we even do stuff like asigning mic and stuff like this....Does pyaudio just do all of that by itsself?
Ruben Mata8 Months ago
Woow! Great!
Chandana Deshmukh8 Months ago
I am kinda new to this. When I tried printing data_int i get all 0s how is it that in the video you are getting different values? Any help would be appreciated
Nick Katz8 Months ago
Hm, I have a really stange problem: If I leave out the + 127 my code works, otherwise the numpy array has some kind of modulo properties and the numbers stay inside the range from -127 to 127, so for example a 8 what should become a 132 is a -119 then. Any idea why this can happen?
Imre Dosa8 Months ago
Hi Mark, This video series is really great ! I use Python 3.6.4 and the '%matplotlib tk' line gives an error; 'End of statement expected.' Thus the program does not run neither in IntelliJ nor in Jupyter notebook. I could change over to Pqt5 GUI, but want to get to the root of this issue. Can you give me any idea?
Sunny Rajkarnikar8 Months ago
at 7:53 could the reason that the plot comes up like that be that the binary of negative number is taken as 1's or 2's complement?
Apexa D'kate8 Months ago
I am not getting the figure in separate figure window even on using % matplotlib tk, what to do ?
jay shaligram8 Months ago
Hi Mark! Thanks for this awesome video. Wanted to ask you.. is there any way we can analyze mean frequency/fundamental frequency and save that data into a text file? time vs fundamental frequency data. ?
Wei8 Months ago
Why does my graph look so weird
Xan Dutheil8 Months ago
Hey, nice vieo! IS this possible to do this on an mp3 or a wave file?

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Public Response On Let S Build An Spectrum Analyzer In Python Pt 1 The Waveform Viewer

Stepbro8 Months ago
I dont know if im missing something, but where do we even do stuff like asigning mic and stuff like this....Does pyaudio just do all of that by itsself?
Ruben Mata8 Months ago
Woow! Great!
Chandana Deshmukh8 Months ago
I am kinda new to this. When I tried printing data_int i get all 0s how is it that in the video you are getting different values? Any help would be appreciated
Nick Katz8 Months ago
Hm, I have a really stange problem: If I leave out the + 127 my code works, otherwise the numpy array has some kind of modulo properties and the numbers stay inside the range from -127 to 127, so for example a 8 what should become a 132 is a -119 then. Any idea why this can happen?
Imre Dosa8 Months ago
Hi Mark, This video series is really great ! I use Python 3.6.4 and the '%matplotlib tk' line gives an error; 'End of statement expected.' Thus the program does not run neither in IntelliJ nor in Jupyter notebook. I could change over to Pqt5 GUI, but want to get to the root of this issue. Can you give me any idea?
Sunny Rajkarnikar8 Months ago
at 7:53 could the reason that the plot comes up like that be that the binary of negative number is taken as 1's or 2's complement?
Apexa D'kate8 Months ago
I am not getting the figure in separate figure window even on using % matplotlib tk, what to do ?
jay shaligram8 Months ago
Hi Mark! Thanks for this awesome video. Wanted to ask you.. is there any way we can analyze mean frequency/fundamental frequency and save that data into a text file? time vs fundamental frequency data. ?
Wei8 Months ago
Why does my graph look so weird
Xan Dutheil8 Months ago
Hey, nice vieo! IS this possible to do this on an mp3 or a wave file?