Perception helps you find the sweet spot
Ian Shepherd partnered with MeterPlugs to design a plug-in that helps you find the right balanced between dynamics and loudness.
Perception is designed for mastering purposes. It features two plug-ins that are to be inserted at the beginning of your effect chain and on the master. This setup helps you bypass all the effects at once and compare the track with and without any processing.
Plus, if you change the effect settings, you can save up to 4 snapshots and then use them for comparison.
The other key feature in Perception is the continuous analysis of the loudness of the track and its automatic adjustment to avoid clipping or balance issues. The plug-in is EBU R.128 compliant, so you can use in for any type of commercial project.
Last, Perception has a latency compensation function for your plug-ins and a gain control.
The plug-in is available in VST, AU and AAX 32 and 64-bit formats for Mac OS X and Windows. It retails for $149 at www.meterplugs.com/perception.
Here is a presentation of Perception by Ian Shepherd himself:
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