I would really appreciate some help on at least one of the issues (described below) I have been going through …
In case you only have an answer on one of the three items (no need to have three answers… ), it would be with pleasure for me to read!
Here we go…:rolleyes:
Notch Frequency - How can I change the notch frequency from 60hz to 50hz?
I already entered the following sentence into the terminal window:
muse-io --device Muse --osc osc.udp://localhost:5000 --preset 14 --dsp – 50hz
And I always have a 60Hz notch frequency…
Filters Enabled: true
- Notch Frequency: 60Hz
I would like to have access to the delta alpha beta etc… waves. I read on some of the forums that I have to open a new command and insert “oscdump 5000” . When I do that I have a screen with a lot of data being retrieved, but my question is: Are they being saved in a file? If yes where is that file!?
Moreover, if I open in a new command: oscdump 5000 | grep /muse/dsp/elements/alpha
I obtain the following as a result!
oscdump 5000 | grep /muse/dsp/elements/alpha ; exit;
what does it mean?
Could you please help me in finding the data either the ones of oscdump 5000 or the ones of alpha, beta, etc…
Last week the Muse Lab was perfectly working and I followed the steps on the tutorial website step by step… (https://sites.google.com/a/interaxon.ca/muse-developer-site/muselab/tutorial)
By also starting the muse-io by doing the following: muse-io --preset 14 --device Muse --osc osc.udp://localhost:5000
I had also saved the configuration found on the tutorial (link above)
But now even after loading that configuration, I have no signals being plotted on the Muse Lab …not even any incoming messages! I don’t even have any choice in the “open ports” before loading the saved configuration…
I am not able to check what I have been doing wrong, I re-did everything step by step. Could someone guide me through…?
Thank you a lot in advance! :o