Audio Spectrum Explained

The audio spectrum is the audible frequency range at which humans can hear.

The audio spectrum range spans from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz and can be effectively broken down into seven different frequency bands, with each having a different impact on the total sound. The seven frequency bands are:

Sub-bass > Bass > Low midrange > Midrange > Upper midrange > Presence > Brilliance


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