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Waves adds some Plus to its WLM Loudness Meter

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The new generation of the Waves WLM Loudness Meter plug-in includes several improvements and new correction tools.

The Waves WLM Plus Loudness Meter is an enhanced version of the WLM plug-in launched in 2013 (see this news) and designed for loudness metering in professional audio situations (studio, post-production, broadcasting…).

The available meters are ITU 1770–3, EBU and ATSC compliant and you can choose between four Momentary, Short Term, Long Term and True Peak readouts. Plus a logging and alert system allows for keeping tracks of the mono, stereo and up to 5.1 audio projects.

Le WLM Plus Loudness Meter also offers correction and normalization tools, including gain and trim knobs.

The WLM Plus Loudness Meter plug-in is available on Mac OS X and Windows in both Native ($400) and Soundgrid ($600) versions and you can download a trial version from www.waves.com.

 

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