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TBProAudio releases dpMeterXT - digital precision meter for Windows and Mac OS X
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Software TBProAudio releases dpMeterXT - digital precision meter for Windows and Mac OS X

TBProAudio has released dpMeterXT, a precise multi channel meter
supporting all relevant broadcast audio/music production standards. It features large readouts, meters, graphs, measurement history and data logging.

  • click-free 64-bit internal processing
  • multi channel metering: up to 10 channels, multiple channel configurations
  • supports all relevant loudness measurement standards
  • multiple presets
  • integrated, short term, momentary, TP/peak and LRA/PiLR/PsLR
  • True Peak measurement based on ITU BS1770
  • K/A/B/C/M/user-defined weighting filter
  • continuous/synced measurement
  • record metering results as automation data
  • large and accurate live meters
  • loudness history graph
  • reports and CSV data export
  • scalable GUI
  • customizable GUI colours
  • adjustable pre-gain
  • loudness/peak/True Peak matching

dpMeterXT is available for Mac OS X and Windows as stand-alone application and in VST2, VTS3, AU, RTAS and AAX plug-in formats.

Price: 79,- EURO
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