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Basic Manipulations

Filter Edition

BPF Edition

Select a filter to edit. The BPF can then be edited and manipulated like any other BPF. Remember that the dB values displayed on the BPF are relative values : you can add up to 6dB –clipping value – and substract up to 116 dB to the components amplitude.

BPFs Edition and Manipulations
Edition Tool

Ctrl click in the window. The contextual menu will appear.

You can select either the arrow to create successive points, or the pencil to create a continuous line.

The BPF can then be edited like any other BPF.

BPF Edition
Sonogram Display

The filter in the Sonogram window will show a pink/blue gradation, which is similar to that of a surface filter : pink for negative gain, and blue for a positive gain.

Multiple Filters

If several filters are selected, the displayed BPF will be that of the first filter that was created.

Constant Filtering

Single Filter

Basically, the filter is constant. Its values won't change, unless other BPFs are added in the filter, or that the SuperVP Interpolation option is selected in the Inspector window.

Multiple BPFs and Interpolation
Effects of Multiple Filters
  • When filters are added successively in an open file, they are applied successively and without any modifications. To visualize the values of each SBF in the Instantaneous Spectrum, select a block in the Processing Sequencer or click on the filter in the Sonogram Window.

  • When two filters overlap, the current BPFs are cumulated. They are not interpolated.

How to Interpolate Filters ?

To interpolate several filters, multiple BPFs must be added in a single filter, using the SuperVP Interpolation option.

Creating and Manipulating Multiple BPFs Filters
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