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Waves releases Dorrough Meter Collection

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Waves Dorrough Meter Collection

Waves has released the Dorrough Meter Collection, a collection of models of Dorrough’s most popular loudness meters: 280D/240D, 380D/340D, and 40AES/EBU.

Developed in association with Dorrough Electronics, they provide precision loudness monitoring for every conceivable audio scenario. As Input Meters to attain optimal recording levels, as Group/Auxiliary Meters to achieve optimal group loudness, or as Master Output meters, the Waves Dorrough Meters do it all!

Dorrough Meter Collection features

  • Superfast Peak Response.
  • Sum and Difference Energies for Optimal Stereo-to-Mono Compatibility.
  • Left/Right Phase Correlation.
  • Displays Number of Overs.
  • Peak and Average Level Relations.
  • Three Selectable Styles: Horizontal (280D/240D), Vertical (380D/340D), and Arc (40AES/EBU).
  • Three Selectable Sizes: Extra Large, Large, and Small.
  • Selectable Reference Levels.
  • Switch Between Display Sizes and Styles with the Click of a Mouse.
  • 40dB Scale in 1 dB steps.
  • Mono & Stereo Components.

The Dorrough Meter Collection is available for Windows and Mac (VST, RTAS, AU, TDM) and costs $500 USD.

Visit Waves for more information.

  • Hugo Vinagre

    ridiculous pricing. many developers give meters for free as promotional items . waves asks for $500. dementia has hit them hard.

  • http://rekkerd.org ronnie

    I guess they’re going for that “it costs a lot so it has to be good” type of thing…

    Except for those who get it for free with their Waves Mercury bundle I don’t see many people going for this.

    Sonalksis FreeG does all I need for $0.00…

  • http://www.digitallofi.com digital lofi

    Exactly. Waves is all about perceived value. It probably doesn’t matter if they sell but 1 or 2 at the retail value; if they include it in any of their bundles they can promote it in their bundles as “$500 worth of software!”

    We all know that most, arguably all, Waves products are way over-priced. But they really did set a new bar with this.

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