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Radar Loudness Meter soon available as a plug-in compatible with native hosts.

With the introduction of the new LM6 Radar Loudness Meter plug-in, you can now get access to this meter whether you are using Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Nuendo, Wavelab, Cubase, Sequoia, etc. on a Mac or PC and whether your productions are in mono, stereo or 5.1 productions.

 

The user interface of the LM6 plug-in is similar to that of radar meters for other platforms, for instance LM5D for Pro Tools HD. The numbers also come out the same whether a program is measured with LM5D, with a hardware radar meter, or with the LM6 plug-in.

 

LM6 shows you loudness history in a single radar-like view. Each radar revolution can span from 1 minute to 24 hours, and you can select two numbers to be displayed below the radar, for instance Loudness Range and Program Loudness, while all measurements are retained on the Stats page. Further, you can log loudness history and other key information as a standard formatted text file that may accompany a program for proof of delivery spec compliance.

 

LM6 displays true-peak warnings and true-peak bar graphs; and is designed to conform with the major broadcast standards based on Leq(K) – e.g. ITU BS.1770–2, ATSC A/85 and EBU R128 (August 2011 update).

 

You can use the LM6 Radar Loudness Meter plug-in with any DAW supporting Audio Units, RTAS or VST plug-in formats, and you need no additional hardware such as Pro Tools TDM or PowerCore – the only piece of hardware required is an iLok 2 USB Key for holding the plug-in license, according to TC Electronic.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Finally, selected user groups – such as registered PowerCore and LM5D for Pro Tools HD users – are eligible for a special crossgrade price.

Radar Loudness Meter will be available December 2011.

 

Visit www.TC-Now.com for details.

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