I'm new to circuits in general and CircuitLab.
I'm coming from a sound engineering background and I'm building a circuit for a sound mixer.
It seems to me that the best way for me to visualise the cutoff frequency of a capacitor I'm using in my circuit would be to generate a sine sweep from 10 Hz to 25 kHz.
I tried putting in 48,000 values for the 1st second of the sine sweep as CSV values, but the interpolation turns it into a try wave.
What is the equation to use to do a sine sweep as above? Math is not one of my strengths and I also don't know anything about the syntax to program the CSV Voltage Source with anything other than CSV values.
Or maybe someone here has a better way that I could visualise the cutoff frequency created by my RC circuit?
I didn't post a link to the circuit because it's not a "circuit-specific" question.
Thanks for the help.
January 30, 2017
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