Mastering The Mix has released an update to its Levels metering plugin that help you achieve a technically excellent mix.
The update includes changes to presets for Spotify and Youtube. With a new target loudness of -14 LUFS, producers can make their music more dynamic without worrying about competition with the louder tracks.
LEVELS allows you to easily and instantly see any technical issues with your mix, without the confusing visuals of existing metering solutions.
LEVELS only draws your attention to aspects of your mix that need fixing. Meaning you spend less time figuring out why your mix isn’t working and more time being creative.
Changes in Level v1.2
- Changes to ‘Streaming’ preset to adhere to Spotify’s new -14LUFS target loudness and -1dB true peak level.
- Changes to ‘Youtube’ preset to adhere to the new -14LUFS target loudness and -1dB true peak level.
- New MFiT (Mastered For iTunes) preset.
- Updated graphics processing.
- Updated to latest VST SDK.
- Updated to latest Pro Tools AAX SDK.
- Updates to authorisation to fix bugs when using removable network cards/USB Wifi.
- Updates to improve playback detection in some mastering software.
- Bug fixes for some versions of OpenGL 3.2 and above on Windows.
Note that version 1.2 of Levels is now published with plugin id ‘MasteringTheMix’, rather than ’29Palms’. Users should update once they have finished any current projects.
Levels is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) from Plugin Boutique.