I have a semi technical question. How does Denons Engine’s Track waveform display work when analyzing a track? I’m talking about the three color display (Blue=Bass, Green=Mids, White=Highs)
So the root of this question goes down to me mixing my own tracks in Logic x. I couldn’t help but compare my tracks versus some of the more professional tracks out there. I mainly do Drum n Bass music. I noticed a lot of the low end (blue wave) has a smooth looking envelope to the waveform and visually looks correct.
My older tracks (even though they are massively bass / sub heavy) display it as if it’s more mid range heavy.
So, I’ve done several experiments to try and replicate it. Everything from Match EQ, linear phase EQ, match volume/ LUFS, over exaggerating the bass with a shelf, Heavy compression / Limiting, to no compression, heavy side-chaining to no side chaining.
The only time I got close was just a raw Bass patch straight out of serum synth, and a raw kick. It just sounds bad with the entire mix without actual processing.
So I’m dying to know, what are the parameters in a, audio track that translates to Engines track waveform? I hope that makes sense.
Thanks All, Ali