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TC Electronic launches website on Loudness

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TC Electronic Loudness

TC Electronic has announced the launch of a new website that aims to be a comprehensive resource for everything related to loudness.

There are many aspects to loudness, and keeping track of all of them can be a challenge even to those already familiar with the topic. Therefore, TC has launched a new loudness website, as an extension of the overall TC Electronic website, where all of these aspects are outlined, explained and discussed. The site is an answer to the highly relevant question: “What Is Loudness, and Why Is It Important?”

Loudness website highlights

  • Introduction to Loudness – 101 Loudness explaining the basics in an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand fashion.
  • Broadcast Standards –What are the differences between the current standards? What are the significant details that are important to be aware of as a broadcaster or a deliverer of broadcast content?
  • Applications –It is one thing to know the technology and the standards involved, it is another to know how, where and when to apply the technology in real-world situations.
  • Events – As a loudness pioneer, TC has hosted several loudness seminars and have been present at broadcast and pro audio shows all over the world. An ‘Events’ page sums up these activities and is also a valuable source for in-depth videos.
  • Literature and Glossary – For those who would like to go deeper into the technical details, TC provides a massive collection of white papers describing and discussing all kinds of aspects of loudness technology, and finally there is also an extensive glossary explaining terms related to loudness.

More information: TC Electronic / Loudness website

Join Dynaudio Professional at Facebook for a chance to win a BCM-2 and set of DBM50′s

TC Electronic and Dynaudio Professional have teamed up to spread the love amongst their Facebook fans.

Dynaudio Professional Facebook giveaway

Joining the Dynaudio Professional facebook page gives a chance to win a BMC-2 High Def DAC and Monitor Controller and a set of DBM50 monitors Dynaudio professional! Already a ‘fan’ of the page? You’re part of the family, and in the drawing too!

The winner will be announced 24. October so visit dynaudioprofessional.com/facebook. We actually got Level 42’s Mark King in on this as well. He uses the same set-up in his own studio and loves it for you can check him talking about exactly what excites him so much about this setup here.

More information: Dynaudio Professional at Facebook

TC Electronic to Display ‘Live Aid’ Processing for System 6000 MKII for the first time at AES 2012

TC Electronic System 6000 MKII

TC Electronic has announced it will exhibit its state-of-the-art, BS.1770-3 compliant processing and metering solutions for System 6000 MKII at AES 2012 in San Francisco (Booth 1019).

TC Electronic will again be exhibiting at the annual AES convention in the US, displaying the latest solutions for measuring and correcting loudness in post, production, mastering and broadcast.

For the first time, AES visitors will be able to experience ‘Live Aid’ processing for System 6000 MKII. The Live Aid license includes the ALC6 algorithm that introduces no less than five innovative, industry-first features. Without sacrificing audio quality, even OB and Live production may now comply with the latest international standards on loudness and true-peak level. Live Aid also contains the DMix algorithm that is able to downmix, loudness process, headphone optimize and true-peak limit any mono, stereo or 5.1 source. Precise conditioning of a program for Mobile TV, iPod or IPTV is now possible, thus creating a perfect 5.1 audio and a Mobile feed directly off the OB truck.

TC Electronic LM6

In conjunction with TC’s highly acclaimed Radar Loudness Meter, ‘Live Aid’ forms the ultimate package for any production, post or mastering facility delivering content for film or broadcast. In short, the Radar Loudness Display provides the user with coherent information of all relevant loudness data, including history, in a single, recognizable view. The Radar Meter is available on several different platforms such as System 6000 MKII, DB4 MKII/DB8 MKII and LM2, as well as in the form of native plug-ins supporting AAX, RTAS, Audio Suite, AU and VST formats.

All of TC’s loudness solutions reflect the latest standards, even the recently updated ITU-R BS.1770-3. Loudness-related products have already been updated to comply with this brand new incarnation of the BS.1770 loudness standard, including System 6000 MKII, DB4, DB8, DB4 MKII, DB8 MKII, DB2, LM2 and the plug-ins LM6 and LM2. AES visitors are invited to come by the TC booth to experience these newly updated products on site.

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Win TC Electronic Impact Twin Audio Interface and DBM50 Dekstop Monitors at Dynaudio Professional

Dynaudio Professional Facebook contest

TC Electronic has announced that Dynaudio Professional is offering a chance to win an Impact Twin interface and a set of DBM50 monitor speakers.

Our friends at Dynaudio Professional have launched a competition where you can win a pair of their brand new DBM50 desktop monitors as well as one of our Impact Twin Audio Interfaces – virtually a ‘Bimbo Jones’ studio setup.

For a chance to win this great studio setup, simply join Dynaudio Professional on Facebook. If you are already connected with Dynaudio Professional on Facebook, you’re automatically participating.

Bimbo Jones has done remixes for super stars like Lady Gaga, Pink, Rihanna, Janet Jackson and Usher as well as released original dance music and topped the UK Dance Chart more than 50 times!

The winner will be announced on Dynaudio Professional’s Facebook page 1 August, 2012.

More information: Dynaudio Professional

Yuvi Gerstein releases free Jazzy quirky guitars sample pack

Yuvi Gerstein

Yuvi Gerstein has released Jazzy quirky guitars, a free collection of guitar samples.

A new guitar sample pack teaser made by Yuvi Gerstein, released today. The pack includes Jazzy, funky and arpeggio guitar samples in all sorts of sounds and tempos, neatly organized into one pack. There are plenty more to come, so take this is a teaser pack.

All samples were recorded using a Gibson ES-175, a Fender Stratocaster 1978, TC Electronic Nova System Effects processor and Pro Tools 10.

Jazzy quirky guitars features

  • 20 jazzy, funky and arpeggio guitar samples.
  • Files include key and tempo information, categorized in 5 bpm folders.
  • All samples are 88.2Khz, 24Bit, .WAVs.

The sample pack is a free download at Yuvi Gerstein.

More information: Yuvi Gerstein

TC Electronic LM2 Radar Loudness Meter native plug-in introduced

TC Electronic LM2 Radar Loudness Meter

TC Electronic has announced that its LM2 Radar Loudness Meter technology is now available as a dedicated stereo plug-in supporting all major plug-in formats.

The new LM2 plug-in features TC’s innovative Radar Display that provides a quick – yet detailed – overview of the loudness landscape of any stereo audio signal. The main radar view shows loudness history, while the outer ring displays momentary short-term loudness. Finally, True-peak Levels are shown in real-time on the right side of the user interface, completing the overview.

Further, there are two versatile descriptors that can be set to reflect a variety of parameters – e.g. Loudness Range (LRA) and Program Loudness. Each revolution of the radar can be set from 1 minute to 24 hours, which means that LM2 will in fact log loudness data for up to 24 hours continuously.

The LM2 native plug-in for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX/Audio Suite) is available to purchase for the introductory price of $99 USD / 79 EUR until 30 June, 2012 (regular $199 USD / 159 EUR).

More information: TC Electronic / LM2 Radar Loudness Meter Plug-in

LM6 Radar Loudness Meter gets AudioSuite off-line measuring

TC Electronic LM6

TC Electronic has announced it has updated its LM6 Radar Loudness Meter to version 1.1, introducing faster-than-real-time, off-line measuring with AudioSuite in Pro Tools.

Existing LM6 users can now upgrade to version 1.1 and get access to the AudioSuite off-line feature, which allows for measuring a full track at a speed faster than real time.

After the track has been measured, LM6 displays the full loudness history of the track, using the easy-to-read Radar Display™, and complete loudness statistics, including Program Loudness (LKFS/LUFS), Loudness Range and True-Peak Max, are available instantly. There is even a text-based log file containing Loudness Range and Program Loudness data.


LM6′s Radar display reflects the overall loudness landscape almost instantly with off-line measuring in AudioSuite (Pro Tools).

LM6 Radar Loudness Meter for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $599 USD / 449 EUR.

More information: TC Electronic / LM6

TC Electronic LM6 Radar Loudness Meter Native Plug-in now shipping

TC Electronic has announced that its new LM6 Radar Loudness Meter plug-in is now shipping.

TC Electronic’s acclaimed radar display has proven an efficient solution when upgrading audio production for broadcast, film and music from unsatisfactory peak level indicators to loudness-based metering. With the introduction of the new LM6 Radar Loudness Meter plug-in, audio professionals using Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Nuendo, Wavelab, Cubase, Sequoia, etc. on a Mac or PC can now benefit from having direct access to this revolutionary meter which covers all mono, stereo and 5.1 productions.

TC Electronic LM6

The user interface of the LM6 plug-in is similar to TC radar meters for other platforms, for instance LM5D for Pro Tools HD. Users familiar with the radar will therefore be able to move seamlessly between platforms. Thanks to pristine TC technology, the numbers also come out exactly the same whether a program is measured with LM5D, with a TC hardware radar meter, or with the LM6 plug-in.

LM6 shows loudness history in a single, easy-to-read, radar-like view. Each radar revolution can span from 1 minute to 24 hours. Two numbers may be selected for display below the radar, for instance Loudness Range and Program Loudness, while all measurements are retained on the Stats page. Loudness history and other key information can be logged as a standard formatted text file that may accompany a program for proof of delivery spec compliance. Further, the LM6 is a perfect ‘Sleeping Beauty’: Close the radar window and LM6 continues measuring. Precious screen space and resources are now freed up, while a retrospective radar and the important numbers are just a click away.

LM6 employs a fully synchronous, high-headroom design in order to also display true-peak warnings and true-peak bar graphs correctly; and it conforms with all of the major broadcast standards based on Leq(K) – e.g. ITU BS.1770-2, ATSC A/85 and EBU R128 (August 2011 update).

The LM6 Radar Loudness Meter plug-in for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX) is available to purchase for $599 USD / 449 EUR. Owners of LM5D for Pro Tools HD, TC’s PowerCore platform, and new owners of LM2, TM7, TM9, System 6000 MKII, DB2, DB4 MKII, DB8 MKII or P2 are eligible to crossgrade for $399 USD / 299 EUR.

More information: TC Electronic / LM6