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Sound Magic Release Meter Man Version 1.2,Comprehensive Metering System

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Postby shane1980; Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:44 pm

Meter Man is a Comprehensive and Powerful Metering System for musicians to use in varies situations. Meter Man features 4 meter types. A traditional peak meter which maximum peak level is 0dB. A K-12 Meter has 12dB headroom and is best use in Broadcasting. A K-14 Meter has 14dB headroom and is best use for pop music production and home theatre. A K-20 Meter has 20dB headroom and is best for movie scoring and most style of music. By using different meters, Meter Man lets you see exactly how much loudness your recordings achieve and the most IMPORTANT point, whether its loudness best fit for its musical style. What is more, Meter Man also provides different weighting filters which simulate different loudness perceptive levels of human ears. By using above features, you could get the most comprehensive peak analyzing data for your music and then make correct adjustments on peak or loudness levels using dynamic processors.

Changes Since Version 1.1

Improved cliping detection sensitivity
Improved Display Rate
Fixes sensitivity for red LED
Many minor changes

For more information, downloading demos, please visit

http://www.supremepiano.com/product/meter.htm
Free Mixing Tutorials at
http://www.supremepiano.com/learn1.html

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