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Customizing the wave style

Our editor has three key parameters to help you customize your sound wave. Thickness, space and height. So let’s see how do these options change your soundwave art.

Last updated on June 19, 2022

WaveVisual’s sound wave editor currently provides three configuration options to personalize how the sound wave is drawn. You can find these options under Sound Wave tab.

Thickness

The first configuration option is Thickness which refers to the thickness of each bar of your sound wave. Below, you can see how the same sound wave is presented differently when thickness changes.

Sound wave when thickness is set to 2
Sound wave when thickness is set to 2
Sound wave when thickness is set to 5
Sound wave when thickness is set to 5

Space

This option modifies the space between each bar of the sound wave. Here are some examples:

Sound wave when space is set to 5
Sound wave when space is set to 5
Sound wave when space is set to 0
Sound wave when space is set to 0

Notice that when space is set to zero, there won’t be any space between the bars and the sound wave will look like a single entity instead of consisting of many small bars.

Height

The height option configures the height of the each bar.

Height is set to 336
Height is set to 336
Height is set to 736
Height is set to 736
 
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