27 Results for "Metering"
24 Mar 2022 in StudioHoRNet Butterfly is an all-in-one mastering plug-in with EQ, compressor, clipper and limiter modules pulled from the SAMP Dolby Atmos tool.
23 Sep 2021 in StudioAs a loudness and mastering tool geared towards pros, Fennek is reasonably priced and could be a new go-to tool for surround sound and super-detailed reports.
28 Apr 2021 in StudioMultiFreqs offers two types of spectrum analyzers, three modes, and it puts up to 28 audio tracks on the graph at once.
09 Dec 2020 in StudioSteinberg debuts Nuendo 11! New features like Dolby Atmos authoring and Netflix loudness metering strengthen the DAW's focus on post production.
19 Apr 2020 in StudioA dynamic tremolo, a useful analyzer and an instantly gratifying one-button chorus: that's our collection of the best free plug-ins this Sunday. Here's The Great Escape, LVC-Meter and Magic Switch.
01 Jan 2019 in SynthsJoranalogue Audio Designs has introduced some studio-grade modules for taking audio into and out of your Eurorack. Receive 2 and Transmit 2 look very serious indeed.
05 Aug 2018 in StudioAura is audio-analyzing software that's loaded as an AU effect in your DAW. By choosing different meter sets, you can adapt the plug-in to your needs. The meters include Spectral, Needle, Bar and History.
08 Jul 2018 in StudioThis week we are back with a bunch of free plug-ins to aid your mixing and mastering duties. There are three bad boys here: a mid/side processor, an elaborate loudness meter, and a pitch shifter.
16 Apr 2018 in StudioKazrog announced version 3 of KClip, its highly-praised mastering clipper, loudness meter & multiband saturator. Rewritten from the ground-up, KClip 3 comes with a big list of new additions!
20 Mar 2018 in StudioDeveloper Signum Audio introduced a seemingly compelling plug-in: Bute Loudness Analyser. It's a loudness analysis suite with a modern, colorful design and comprehensive feature set. Ouch at the price, tho!
20 Aug 2017 in StudioThis free oscilloscope runs in your browser and can visualise audio files or your computer's microphone input - time for some good ol' physics fun with your audio material!