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Audio Pluggers has announced the immediate availability of a VST version of K-Meter. Previously available only as an Audio Unit, K-Meter provides audio engineers with the latest in loudness metering tools, helping them to create dynamic, consistent, and high quality mixes, according to Audio Pluggers.

K-Meter adheres to ITU-R BS.1770-1 and combines it with Bob Katz's K-System, having support for True Peak and perceived loudness (LKFS) metering. Combining these features with a pink noise generator for monitor calibration and an elegant interface, K-Meter aims to give users confidence in the quality of their audio.

Features:

  • Built from the ground up around the K-System.
  • Upsampled (up to 4 times) "True Peak" detection that discovers inter-sample peaks.
  • RMS and LKFS (ITU-R BS.1770-1) meters. LKFS meters model perceived loudness, taking into account the ear's sensitivity to different frequencies.
  • High quality pink noise generator for monitor calibration.
  • Clip indicators with user controlled clip sensitivity.
  • Collapsible interface that occupies less screen space.
  • SIMD optimizations that utilize AltiVec and SSE when available.

Pricing & Availability

K-Meter is a Mac-only plug-in available in Audio Unit (32- and 64-bit) and VST 2.4 (32-bit) formats. Both plug-ins are compatible with Intel and PPC Macs. Mac OS X v10.5.7 or greater is required.

K-Meter is currently available at a discounted price of $25.

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