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I have a code that aims to produce sine waves for durations of interest. in line related to creating sine wave, it's written:

tone_dur = sin(2*pi*freqs*t);

t is the number of samples needed for each tone duration and freq is the tone frequence (500 Hz). What I don't get is that why should we multiply the number of samples with sound frequency to calculate the sine wave? I don't get the rational!

Geoff Hayes
on 6 Jul 2020

joly - I think that t is usually a time array (in seconds). From fft examples, t can be initialized as

Fs = 1000; % Sampling frequency

T = 1/Fs; % Sampling period

L = 1500; % Length of signal

t = (0:L-1)*T; % Time vector

Then you should be able to continue as before.

If t were just the number of samples, i.e. a scalar, then tone_dur would be a scalar value as well....and I don't think that is exactly what you want.

Geoff Hayes
on 6 Jul 2020

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