Player Voice Frequency Slider

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Waveforms. Sine: The amplitude of the waveform follows a trigonometric sine function with respect to time. Fundamental frequency or 'pure tone.'

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Player Voice Frequency Slider For Windows

. Triangle: Fundamental frequency joined by odd harmonics that decrease at -12dB/octave. Higher, richer and slightly louder than the sine wave. Square: Commonly used to represent digital information.

Contains odd harmonics that decrease at -6dB/octave. Harmonics have a greater impact of timbre of the wave. Sawtooth: Also called a 'ramp.' Found often in time bases for display scanning.

Can be seen as the 'front end' of a triangle wave and the 'back end' of a square wave. Generates more overtones, with every harmonic present at gradually decreasing levels.


Online Tone Generator is compatible with the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge so if you don't hear any sound, please update your browser and try again. Alternatively, if this is not possible, you can download and save a 10 second WAV file that can be played at any time and is universally compatible with all browsers and software.You can smoothly increment the frequency by clicking in the generator's input box, and pressing and holding the up or down arrow on your keyboard. This will increase/decrease the frequency by 1Hz at a time. If you hold the shift key at the same time, the frequency will change by plus or minus 10Hz at a time instead. Did you know you can now easily share specific tones with others using simple links?

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For example, ifyou want to share a link for a 432Hz frequency, simply type the following into your address bar. The number at the end of the URLrepresents the frequency so simply change this to whatever frequency you want.A similar principle also applies for pre-selecting a waveform. For example, to pre-select the square wave, simply use. For the other types, change the word 'square', with 'sine', 'sawtooth' or 'triangle'.