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How to add the level to a sine tone?

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Paul Hinze
Paul Hinze am 18 Apr. 2021
Kommentiert: Paul Hinze am 18 Apr. 2021
I already built the noise and the sine tone, but how can i add the level (in dB SPL) to the noise and sine tone?
% Set-up parameters
fs = 22050; % This is the sampling frequency of the Titan
stim_dur = 1.; % duration of puretone in seconds
noise_dur = 1.; % duration of noise in seconds
ISI_dur = .020; % ISI duration in seconds
ramp_dur = .010; % ramp duration in seconds
t = 0:1/fs:stim_dur-1/fs; % Time vector
f = 10e2; % Frequency
levels = 60:5:100; % Levels dB SPL
% Create noise
nsamples = floor(noise_dur*fs);
noise_all_Hz = randn(nsamples,1);
noise = bandpass(noise_all_Hz,[950 1050],fs);
noise = noise';
% Create 1000 Hz tone
tone = sin(2*pi*f*t);
% Setup ramp
rampSamps = floor(fs*ramp_dur); % Round toward minimum of sampling frequency and duration of ramp
window = hanning(2*rampSamps)'; % hanning window is cosine^2 this will change depending on the kind of ramp you want
w1 = window(1:ceil((length(window))/2)); % use the first half of hanning function for onramp
w2 = window(ceil((length(window))/2)+1:end); % use second half of hanning function of off ramp
w_on_tone = [w1 ones(1,length(tone)-length(w1))]; % Create rising/starting ramp for tone
w_off_tone = [ones(1,length(tone)-length(w2)) w2]; % Create falling/ending ramp for tone
w_on_noise = [w1 ones(1,length(noise)-length(w1))]; % Create rising/starting ramp for noise
w_off_noise = [ones(1,length(noise)-length(w2)) w2]; % Create falling/ending ramp for noise
% Ramp stimuli
noise_ramped = noise.*w_on_noise.*w_off_noise; % Add both ramps to the noise
tone_ramped = tone.*w_on_tone.*w_off_tone; % Add both ramps to the tone

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Jonas am 18 Apr. 2021
the level of a sound is usually the root mean square of the amplitude values. going on from there db SPL is calculated as 20*log10(rmsValue/(20*10^-6)). if you reverse my description you get the factor with which you have to multiply your sound.
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Jonas am 18 Apr. 2021
note that if you have a simple sine with amplitude A, the rms is just A/sqrt(2)
Paul Hinze
Paul Hinze am 18 Apr. 2021
Thank you! I will try that

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