Is there anything like Audacity that gives out frequency characteristics of a track per channel? Audacity does give out loudness info per channel, but I'm really interested in what type of sound each channel is outputting separately at the same time(or which side is louder over the other of specific sounds). For example, I'm hearing violin on the left channel and cello on the right. Would like to see something that I can determine what sound is outputting separately per the channel. Trying to figure out placement of which channel the instruments are at. This is more of a test of how balanced my ears are responding. I'm trying to get a precise idea of how the sound is imaged of different sources of sounds. Which side is the vocal leaning, a specific instrument, etc.. Is there a good way to get an accurate idea of this of a track? Also, anybody know of tracks that are known to be perfectly centered, perfectly symmetric so that is undoubtedly known to be balanced sounding?