Report The Low Frequency Content Thread (films, games, music, etc) in Bass Content Posted November 2, 2012 OK, forget about the 'per octave' discussions above, as they involve the averaging of dBHz levels, which cannot be done without converting back to PascalHz, and then it would lead to the same results anyway after averaging. The only calculation that is a straight dB+dB addition is for total level, in order to give the Peak level some input and not all the weight into the Level category. Does anyone know of a good way to post stuff from Excel so it doesn't look like the gobbledygook above for all the films rated? JSS PS - Bosso, that looks great. If you need higher res bitmaps, lemme know. I am using JPEG compression as I am posting these things to the forum. Up tonight is Sin City, then I am leaving town until Next Friday, this time for an actual vacation. Higher res is good. You can e-mail them to me and I'll save them in a folder until I run the waterfall graphs: email@example.com Also, is there any way you can do a slightly heavier trace line? The red trace is hard to see, although that may change with a higher res copy.