If you have read our article about the latest release of Nugen Audio’s VisLM and you are thinking about buying this loudness metering software and plugin, well there is no better time to do as our friends at Nugen Audio are including a free copy of the audio visualising software Visualizer worth $199 when you buy VisLM until October 10th 2019.
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Using an industry standard gives you confidence and peace of mind. VisLM delivers everything you need – intuitively, accurately and immediately. With a unique design focused on primary loudness parameters, VisLM combines an instant overview with detailed historical information, enabling you to hit your target first time, every time. Additional loudness logging and time-code functions allow for proof of compliance reporting and postmortem analysis with frame accurate referencing.
With a full set of international and regional presets, VisLM is ready to go immediately. For legacy, station specific and internal specifications, VisLM can be fully configured to handle any situation from detailed expert reporting to simple safety zones and alerts for less experienced operators.
Nugen Audio has released the latest version of their loudness metering software VisLM. V2.8.3 brings 2 new features, one minor - a change to the Netflix stereo preset and one major - the introduction of Flags, which help to visualise Alerts and navigate through them. An added bonus is that whilst we were preparing the video tutorial showing the new features, we discovered an undocumented feature in VisLM from Nugen Audio that is really clever and will save you time and money and so we had to include that in the video tutorial as well!
It seemed I started getting emails from people almost as soon as the virtual ink was dry on the latest delivery spec to come from Netflix. People were concerned about the language and the impression that Netflix had turned the clock back 10 years by using Dolby’s Dialog Intelligence software. In this article, we investigate to see if Netflix’s new delivery spec is a retrograde move, a pragmatic response to the changing climate, or a stroke of genius.
Dolby is quietly discontinuing their Media Meter 2 loudness measurement software on August 23rd, 2018. Our friends at Nugen Audio have responded to this with what we think is a very generous offer.
Nugen Audio continue to develop and improve their range of products and have announced a number of developments that they are planning to show off at IBC at the beginning of September.
Mike gets the first sneak preview of the new Nugen Audio VisLM2 loudness meter. VisLM2 joins ISL2 and LM-Correct2 to make up the new Loudness Toolkit 2 that Nugen Audio will release at NAB 2015. Watch and see the new features Nugen Audio have added to VisLM to make it even better.
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Visualizer gives you an indispensable set of audio analysis tools for quality audio production, with a standardised reference set of professional views which allow you to work faster, avoid mistakes and repeat past success.
A fully resizable, flexible interface presents all the information you need in a single plug-in window, saving time and reducing plug-in juggling complexity.
All views are highly customisable, each with an individual settings panel. Visual solo controls allow for instant inspection of any view from the click of a single button.
In this free video tutorial, brought to you with the support of Nugen Audio, you will learn how to use the Spectrogram module in Visualiser2. Watch the tutorial to see how the Spectroscope can be used to identify noise, whistles and signal peaks in the frequency domain.
In this free video tutorial, brought to you with the support of Nugen Audio, you will learn how to use Visualiser2 to help manage low-frequency content. Watch the tutorial to see how the Spectrum Analyser and the Stereo Spectroscope views can be used to monitor LF level and stereo content.
In this free video tutorial, brought to you with the support of Nugen Audio, you will learn how to interpret the vectorscope view in Visualiser2 and how the two available views display test tones and a stereo piano recording with particular reference to identifying out of phase content.