Audio - frequencies shift

Quick and a bit untypical question for which I can’t find any answer.
I have some recording which contains only very low frequencies audio. I can hear it well with good headphones however it’s played as “empty” record using speakers. That’s expected as probably frequencies range for speakers is not as good as for headphones.

However the question is if it’s possible to make frequencies shift to make them possible to hear when using speakers.

Ex. The frequency 20Hz sound will become ex. 2020Hz frequency. 25Hz would become 2025Hz etc.

I don’t have any idea if it’s possible to be done in Shortcut and how? Sure I know I will get a different sound but still I would like to try.

How to do that? Thanks a lot for help. :slight_smile:

Hi @ken-wawa
Try the Pitch audio filter


Not sure how this works but it solved my problem after setting pitch to max value. Thank’s a lot. :slight_smile:

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Wikipedia says : For example, a pitch shifter set to increase the pitch by a fourth will raise each note three diatonic intervals above the notes actually played.

My layman explanation:
Increase pitch = a sound will sound higher
Decreased pitch = a sound will sound lower

Glad it helped you.

Thanks a lot. :slight_smile:

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