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Sender Spike releases Signal Noise SN02-G VU Meter for Win/VST2 (Free)

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Sender Spike has announced the release of Signal Noise SN02-G VU Meter for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platforms in VST2 format.

SN02-G is a compact dual mono/stereo/mid-side VU meter with variable nominal reference level and an optional maximal value indicator needle designed to do just one thing - measure and display dBvu in three different ways. While occupying minimal real estate, it still provides comfortable readability on HDTV screens, and also an instant access to its sparse set of parameters.

It can be said that the main feature of this plug-in is the lack of features.


  • Operates as (dual) mono or stereo meter depending on the track.
  • Selection of four predefined standard nominal reference levels.
  • Switchable display of dual summed mono, LR, or M/S (stereo tracks only).
  • Optional indicator needle of maximal value with hold duration of 1 second.
  • All controls directly accessible from the front panel.

Price: Free.



Discussion: Active
20 November 2019 at 11:55pm

Hi, all....Works ABSOLUTLY PERFECT on Adobe Audition 6 Extended and Emagic Logic 5.5.1 Audio Platinum on WIN XP Pro (32-bits).....if works in this "old"?? system should be works in any other one...:):):).

21 November 2019 at 4:28am

Wow, now this is good news. Maybe I update the minimal requirements info. Thanks for info;).

21 November 2019 at 5:55pm

No, No....thanks to you....seriously...and your team, is simply brilliant, clean sound (on SN01-G compressor), versatile....what else???..thanks to you...congratulations...well done....

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