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    I think you've captured the sound. I looked at it both in Rightmark and in Reaper and you have large peaks at about 25hz, 60 to 70Hz, and another at about 120Hz. I could boost the rumble very easily with EQ.

    It didn't seem to be modulating like a bass instrument or drum. It sounds more like a rumble from an HVAC unit. It was pretty much continuous.

    Hope this is helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TalismanRich View Post
    I think you've captured the sound. I looked at it both in Rightmark and in Reaper and you have large peaks at about 25hz, 60 to 70Hz, and another at about 120Hz. I could boost the rumble very easily with EQ.

    It didn't seem to be modulating like a bass instrument or drum. It sounds more like a rumble from an HVAC unit. It was pretty much continuous.

    Hope this is helpful.
    Im nearly crying, its been a long time trying to capture something decent. I will buy way bigger speakers now to get it better. thank you for the analysis. i wont need to fork out a fortune for an Earthworks now

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalismanRich View Post
    I think you've captured the sound. I looked at it both in Rightmark and in Reaper and you have large peaks at about 25hz, 60 to 70Hz, and another at about 120Hz. I could boost the rumble very easily with EQ.

    It didn't seem to be modulating like a bass instrument or drum. It sounds more like a rumble from an HVAC unit. It was pretty much continuous.

    Hope this is helpful.
    Ah now Mr T! Have you still got a Save icon in R'Mark analyser please? I know I am getting much older and dafter but I am SURE there was a 'floppy disc' icon at the bottom of a plot? Maybe I have buggered something..OR a W10 update has screwed it? Must check on a W7 lappy.

    At the mo' you see I have to do a PrtSc.

    Dave.

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    Dave,

    That PNG file was from the save icon. Sometimes I would just do a screen capture and trim it down in Irfanview, but I was in a hurry, so I just hit the save button. No option except PNG. Usually I prefer JPG files.

    Can you not see the PNG?

    Plus in the file, there were a couple of larger sounds that I thought might have affected the results, so I threw it in Reaper, and cut out the first 25 seconds which had some movement and obvious footsteps. Then I analyzed the remaining portion for the rumble.
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