TheNormalizer Sorts Out Your Track Levels

HoRNet releases a plug-in for automatic gain staging      10/12/18

TheNormalizer Sorts Out Your Track Levels


HoRNet tells us that TheNormalizer is a plug-in designed  to help you set each track of your mix and each bus to the level you want automatically. They say that it’s the plug-in that encapsulates their auto-gain technology in a single package. This is the story in their own words…

With TheNormalizer you can automatically gain stage all of your tracks thanks to the grouping function or you can normalize your buses to the LUFS you want, also if you need to meet some maximum peak specification you can also normalize to the specific dBFS level.

And the best is that once the gain has been set the plugin only uses the CPU needed by a simple multiplication, so it doesn’t tax your computer at all.

TheNormalizer also has a handy “continuous mode” that can be used to continuously adjust the gain amount to match the level you set. This is similar to the behaviour of AutoGain Pro set with the internal reference and it’s perfect to slowly adjust the loudness of a dynamic track (like a voiceover for example).

The plugin offers a very easy and simple interface that allows you to quickly adjust  the parameters.

Features

  • Automatic audio normalization to the set level.
  • Level can be expressed in: dBFS, VU, RMS, LUFS (integrated, short term or momentary).
  • Peak or continuous normalization.
  • Group function to apply the same parameters to a group of plugins.
  • macOS (10.7 and later) and Windows (Vista and later) support.
  • 32 and 64-bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
  • Audio Units VST2.4, VST3 and AAX format.


Pricing and Availability:
9,99 Euro

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