I have been working with Audio spectrum's for awhile now but this one thing still gets me. I still do not know why the audio spectrum does this weird thing. I have the audio spectrum duplicated on the top and bottom but that's not the reason. I have tried putting the mask to 'none' that didn't seem to help either. Someone told me to mess around with 'Audio offset' which only moved my problem to a different area in the spectrum. I would really appreciate any help, thanks.
Adjust the frequency input ranges.