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Published: 9 years ago
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Re: t.cruzi

one way would be to alter the scipt, to do a sweep, or maybe a "fuzz" around a certain frq, as in the examples below:

"fuzz r s

Useful if you are not certain of the exact frequency to produce but want to produce frequencies in the neighborhood of a set of known frequencies.

Similar to the sweep command but can more easily be added to the beginning of an existing series of frequencies to run sweeps centered around them. How wide the sweeps are is specified with the "r" argument in two different ways.

In the first way, r is the number of hertz above and below the frequency. Each frequency f in the program between this statement and the next fuzz command will be treated as a sweep from f-r to f+r with step s.

In the second way, r is a percentage. The sweep will be from f-(r/100*f) to f+(r/100*f) with steps s. To use this command, you must add a "%" immediately after the number.

Fuzz can be turned off with the command: fuzz 0 0

fuzz 10 1
# Is equivalent to 2 sweep commands:
# sweep 717 737 1
# sweep 870 890 1,

fuzz 5% .5
# Is equivalent to these sweep commands:
# sweep 95 105 .5
# sweep 950 1050 .5

fuzz 0 0
# Turns off fuzz for the following frequency commands

Note: When using the fuzz command, the dwell time is computed by dividing the default dwell time by the number of steps in the fuzz. For example: dwell 100
fuzz 5 1
# Sets default dwell to 100 seconds . fuzz has 11
# steps:95,96,97,98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105
# Frequencies 95 to 105 will be run for dwell/11=9.09 seconds each. "

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