[ogg-dev] Min and max cutoff frequency

Benjamin Schwartz ben at bemasc.net
Mon Mar 18 21:22:52 PDT 2013

Presuming that you are asking regarding the Ogg Vorbis audio format, the
correct answer is: there is no minimum or maximum cutoff frequency.  Vorbis
can code all frequencies from DC to Nyquist.  What Vorbis will actually do
is extremely complex, extremely nonlinear, and highly dependent on
bitrate.  If you are in the mentality of linear time-invariant filters, you
will never be able to understand it.

On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 11:08 AM, Fernando Alberto Marengo Rodriguez <
fmarengorodriguez at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:

> Dear list,
> Could you please tell me the values of the minimum and maximum cutoff
> frequencies for each coding version of the 44.1 kHz sampled data? For
> instance, are the values fmin=100 Hz and fmax=12 kHz valid?
> Thank you very much in advance.
> Kind regards,
> Fernando A. Marengo Rodriguez, PhD
> Post-doctoral fellow on Acoustics and Beamforming
> --
> Laboratory of Noise and Vibration (LVA)
> Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil)
> --
> Acoustics and Electroacoustics Laboratory
> School of Electronic Engineering
> National University of Rosario (Argentina)
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