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Public price: $145 incl. VAT

Brainworx has released bx_meter, a metering and measurement tool designed to allow you to visually analyze your audio signal in various ways.

bx_meter will show you Peak and RMS values of your mixes, and in addition to that it will show you the relation between both with the centered Dynamic LEDs. bx_meter has a Mid / Side mode (Sum and Difference) in addition to the standard L/R mode, and it offers 3 different weightings to be used to display the dynamics more like you hear them. Just like all the other Brainworx tools you will find several solo switches and extra features like the floating dynamic LED mode.

bx_meter will give you some insight in what you are doing when you are mixing or mastering, and help you understand the correlation of dynamics, M/S, phase and levels by listening to your music will help you mix / master better.

 

Pricing & Availability:

bx_meter is available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU and RTAS effect plug-in formats.

It costs €75 / $109 but is available at special introductory pricing of up to 60% off until the end of August.

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