Free Dynamic Range Meter

US The Reflex Dynamic Range Meter monitors your dynamic range across the frequency spectrum      12/02/24

Free Dynamic Range Meter


Reflex Acoustics tells us that the Reflex Dynamic Range Meter helps you visualize the dynamics in your signal, by showing the real-time loudness distribution of 5-millisecond grains of sound. The spectrum is also broken up into eight frequency bands, each with its own analysis display.

Features

  •     Loudness distribution of 5ms grains over the last 3 or 15 seconds, charted relative to mean loudness
  •     Colored bars for Peak (green), 90th percentile (blue), 10th percentile (pink) and Low (red)
  •     Scrolling waveform display of last 1 second, at 5-millisecond resolution (click display to freeze waveforms)
  •     Mid and Side modes, and a readout of side level relative to mid for each frequency band
  •     LUFS meter showing short-term (i.e. 3-second trailing) perceived loudness
  •     Two filter modes: "Eco." is lighter on CPU, but introduces visible artifacts in the waveform displays for the eight frequency bands; Linear Phase ("Lin.") has a very clean band separation, albeit with variable latency across the lower-frequency bands, meaning that transient peaks no longer align across the displays

 

Technical notes

  •     Available in VST3 format for PC, and VST3 & AU formats for Mac. AAX support coming soon
  •     Requires a compatible Digital Audio Workstation or other plugin host

Pricing and Availability:

Free download

More information:

 



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