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Signal Noise SN02-G VU Meter

Signal Noise SN02-G VU Meter has an average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

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Signal Noise SN02-G VU Meter

Reviewed By petelina [all]
February 2nd, 2022
Version reviewed: 1.2.1 on Windows

I love TBProAudio mvMeter and dpMeter. That is my reference.

BUT... this lil' baby packs performance.
At half a MB, very realistic VU meter that adds <0.5% of processing to the mix.

Adjustable reference, HOLD on/off, stereo/mono.
And that's all there is.

But with metering, performance is the key.

So, 5 stars.

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Comments & Discussion for Sender Spike Signal Noise SN02-G VU Meter

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18 November 2019 at 8:31pm

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

20 November 2019 at 11:45am

You're welcome :).

5 April 2020 at 8:25am

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

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.

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.

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 :).

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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