EQ-values of vowels

Hi guys,

I often use some vowel filtering in my tracks and I allways find myself looking out the right frequencies
somewhere. To end this I wrote them down for later reference. And hey, why don´t share?

So please be free to share…..

f1 f2 f3 f4 f5
soprano “a”
freq (Hz) 800 1150 2900 3900 4950
amp (dB) 0 -6 -32 -20 -50
bw (Hz) 80 90 120 130 140
soprano “e”
freq (Hz) 350 2000 2800 3600 4950
amp (dB) 0 -20 -15 -40 -56
bw (Hz) 60 100 120 150 200
soprano “i”
freq (Hz) 270 2140 2950 3900 4950
amp (dB) 0 -12 -26 -26 -44
bw (Hz) 60 90 100 120 120
soprano “o”
freq (Hz) 450 800 2830 3800 4950
amp (dB) 0 -11 -22 -22 -50
bw (Hz) 70 80 100 130 135
soprano “u”
freq (Hz) 325 700 2700 3800 4950
amp (dB) 0 -16 -35 -40 -60
bw (Hz) 50 60 170 180 200
alto “a”
freq (Hz) 800 1150 2800 3500 4950
amp (dB) 0 -4 -20 -36 -60
bw (Hz) 80 90 120 130 140
alto “e”
freq (Hz) 400 1600 2700 3300 4950
amp (dB) 0 -24 -30 -35 -60
bw (Hz) 60 80 120 150 200
alto “i”
freq (Hz) 350 1700 2700 3700 4950
amp (dB) 0 -20 -30 -36 -60
bw (Hz) 50 100 120 150 200
alto “o”
freq (Hz) 450 800 2830 3500 4950
amp (dB) 0 -9 -16 -28 -55
bw (Hz) 70 80 100 130 135
alto “u”
freq (Hz) 325 700 2530 3500 4950
amp (dB) 0 -12 -30 -40 -64
bw (Hz) 50 60 170 180 200
countertenor “a”
freq (Hz) 660 1120 2750 3000 3350
amp (dB) 0 -6 -23 -24 -38
bw (Hz) 80 90 120 130 140
countertenor “e”
freq (Hz) 440 1800 2700 3000 3300
amp (dB) 0 -14 -18 -20 -20
bw (Hz) 70 80 100 120 120
countertenor “i”
freq (Hz) 270 1850 2900 3350 3590
amp (dB) 0 -24 -24 -36 -36
bw (Hz) 40 90 100 120 120
countertenor “o”
freq (Hz) 430 820 2700 3000 3300
amp (dB) 0 -10 -26 -22 -34
bw (Hz) 40 80 100 120 120
countertenor “u”
freq (Hz) 370 630 2750 3000 3400
amp (dB) 0 -20 -23 -30 -34
bw (Hz) 40 60 100 120 120
  f1 f2 f3 f4 f5
tenor “a”
freq (Hz) 650 1080 2650 2900 3250
amp (dB) 0 -6 -7 -8 -22
bw (Hz) 80 90 120 130 140
tenor “e”
freq (Hz) 400 1700 2600 3200 3580
amp (dB) 0 -14 -12 -14 -20
bw (Hz) 70 80 100 120 120
tenor “i”
freq (Hz) 290 1870 2800 3250 3540
amp (dB) 0 -15 -18 -20 -30
bw (Hz) 40 90 100 120 120
tenor “o”
freq (Hz) 400 800 2600 2800 3000
amp (dB) 0 -10 -12 -12 -26
bw (Hz) 40 80 100 120 120
tenor “u”
freq (Hz) 350 600 2700 2900 3300
amp (dB) 0 -20 -17 -14 -26
bw (Hz) 40 60 100 120 120
bass “a”
freq (Hz) 600 1040 2250 2450 2750
amp (dB) 0 -7 -9 -9 -20
bw (Hz) 60 70 110 120 130
bass “e”
freq (Hz) 400 1620 2400 2800 3100
amp (dB) 0 -12 -9 -12 -18
bw (Hz) 40 80 100 120 120
bass “i”
freq (Hz) 250 1750 2600 3050 3340
amp (dB) 0 -30 -16 -22 -28
bw (Hz) 60 90 100 120 120
bass “o”
freq (Hz) 400 750 2400 2600 2900
amp (dB) 0 -11 -21 -20 -40
bw (Hz) 40 80 100 120 120
bass “u”
freq (Hz) 350 600 2400 2675 2950
amp (dB) 0 -20 -32 -28 -36
bw (Hz) 40 80 100 120 120

You may also like...

4 Responses

  1. After I initially commented I appear to have clicked the -Notify me when new comments are added- checkbox and now each time a comment is added I receive four emails with the same comment. There has to be a means you can remove me from that service? Thanks!

  2. If some one wants to be updated with hottest technologies after that he must be pay a visit this web site and be up to date daily.

  3. Why visitors still make use of to read news papers when in this technological globe everything is accessible on web?

  4. Excellent way of describing, and fastidious article to take data regarding my presentation subject, which i am going to present in academy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>