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New TC Electronic aNorm for the DB6

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TC Electronic is at IBC 2014 where they are debuting a new audio loudness normalization norm for its DB6 broadcast processor.

The new aNorm is an adaptive loudness normalizing process that learns the incoming audio program on the fly and adapts the user-defined specifications (targets) for Program Loudness and Loudness Range (LRA). This new method allows, according to TC Electronic, for simplifying the loudness correction process and ensure the audio quality. The aNorm complies with the international broadcast audio standards.

For this, TC Electronic developed new tools for the DB6 processor, including the Buttefly Meter that displays the signal pre- and post/normalization in real time on two graphes that look like a butterfly (hence the name).

aNorm and the Butterfly Meter are included in the optional LoudnessWizard II licence for the DB6 processor. Visit www.tcelectronic.com/anorm/ for full details.

 

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