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Signal Noise SN02-G VU Meter

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VU Meter Plugin by Sender Spike

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PTV
PTV
18 November 2019 at 8:31pm

We have a new star:) Looks great, thank you :tu:

O7O
O7O
20 November 2019 at 11:45am

You're welcome :).

kelley
kelley
5 April 2020 at 8:25am

Why is the GUI "up and down" instead of "left and right"?

O7O
O7O
5 April 2020 at 11:03am

Because in this way you can stack them side by side more easily, i.e. you can fit more of them on the screen in a single row, which is IMO more legible than multiple rows.

2:43AM
2:43AM
27 August 2020 at 3:35pm

Sender Spike, good job on this! Anyway a larger version could be made, or an button to display a larger size? The ballistics of your VU meter seems pretty on point. I can only assume Waves knows what they're doing when it comes to analog plugins, and yours displays very similar. A slight difference, but then again, theirs does not have a peak-hold, which I appreciate in yours. In comparison to the free mvMeter2, theirs reads maybe a little high. Level checking with pink noise and tones reveals that all are nearly identical, but for music and transients, it's all in the ballistics.

O7O
O7O
28 August 2020 at 12:56pm

You can toggle the size by clicking on the SN02-G (default size) and SN02-GX (1.45x default size) text in the bottom right corner respectively. Alas, the plugin is optimized for 24'' HDTV (1080 lines) screens, so, that's that. Anyway, thanks for feedback :).

2:43AM
2:43AM
28 August 2020 at 2:58pm

OK, thanks for pointing that out! The 1.45x size is perfect as I run 2560x1600 resolution. Thanks for making this plugin meter. I plan on using it as a possible replacement for mVmeter. (I am just demoing the Waves VU meter, which should be freakin' free).

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