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Public price: $499 incl. VAT

iZotope introduces its Insight metering suite for post production and broadcast applications.

This latest software offers a suite of audio analysis and metering tools for visualising changes made during mixing and mastering, troubleshooting problematic mixes, and ensuring compliance with broadcast loudness standards.


Insight allows you to visually monitor relevant information from your stereo or surround mix in a floating window. With level meters, loudness meters, a spectrogram, spectrum analyzer, vectorscope, surround scope, and a loudness history graph, Insight is designed to allow you to keep an eye as well as an ear on your mix at all times.


Key Features:

  • Detection of potential mix problems through visual monitoring and color-coded alerts.
  • Compliant with current loudness standards with tools that adhere to standards like BS.1770-1/2/3.
  • Analysis with zoomable meters and the ability to route audio from any tracks or buses to Insight.
  • Custom metering plug-in by choosing the meters you want to view, customizing them, and resizing the Insight window to fit your current workflow.
  • Suite of metering tools in a single plug-in, including true-peak level meters, loudness meters, loudness history graph, stereo vectorscope, surround meter, 2D/3D spectrogram, and spectrum analyzer.

 

Special Intro Pricing:

Insight is available for a special price of $399 through November 29, 2012 (Regular MSRP: $499 USD, €449 EUR) or for free to Ozone 5 Advanced Customers. Ozone 5 Standard customers can upgrade to Ozone 5 Advanced for a special price of $399 through November 29, 2012 and receive Insight for free.


Visit www.izotope.com for more details.

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