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Windows XP and alter
Max OS X 10.7 an later
HoRNet CLMS (Constant Loudness Monitor System) is designed to solve the "loudness deception" issue allowing for a constant loudness mixing experience.
As widely known the human ear perceive each frequency differently at different loudness levels, this effect may lead to misjudgement while taking decision in mastering and mixing.
When using any effect like an equaliser or a compressor the level of the affected signal may change significantly and this variance may let you take wrong mixing decisions.
HoRNet CLMS takes the loudness factor out of the equation simply keeping the loudness level constant during monitoring.
CLMS it's actually two different plugins, one is called HoRNetCLMS_Send (used to "read" the LU level of the track before processing) and the other one, called HoRNetCLMS_Receive is usually set as the last plugin of the master chain and has the duty to apply the necessary gain to keep everything at the sender's level.
You can put as many HoRNetCLMS_Send as your mixing or mastering session needs, the plugin provides a button that "enables" the communication between the sender and the receiver, on the HoRNetCLMS_Receive we have also put a cool LUFS normalisation utility, you can choose the target level for normalisation, then click the "analyze" button to let the plugin record the level of the the track, once finished, enable the "normalize" button and let to make the track as loud as you want.
- Continuous monitoring of loudness level.
- As many HoRNetCLMS_Send as you desire.
- Real time loudness adjustment.
- Loudness display on both sender and receiver.
- Loudness normalization to the requested level.
- Mac OS X (>=10.7) and Windows support.
- 64-bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
- Audio Units, VST, VST3 and AAX format.