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Youlean Loudness Meter 2 v2.0.1 X86 X64 VST AU AAX WiN MAC [FREE] screenshot
13.09.2018 | X86 X64 VST AU AAX WiN MAC | 45/20 MB
Youlean Loudness Meter helps you find the true perceived loudness of your audio and prepares it for TV or streaming services release.

Join the thousands of recording studios that already use it.

Works in almost any DAW.

Available in VST2, VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats, Windows and macOS operating systems.

Measure loudness
Helps you comply with strict loudness requirements for the Film and TV industry.

Helps you get the correct loudness levels for upload to Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music and Tidal.

Measure dynamic
Prevent your mix sounding crushed and unprofessional.

Get the most out of your mix, make any track sound great on all streaming platforms!

Film and TV presets
Find out what regulation your country is using and use ITU-R BS.1770-4, EBU R128, ATSC A/85, OP-59, ARIB TR-B32 or AGCOM 219/09/CSP preset to comply with the standard.
Streaming presets
Make sure to sound great on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music, Tidal or when streaming by using AES loudness preset.
GUI resizing and scaling
GUI too small or too large?

No problem, freely resize or scale the plugin!

Experience insane plugin size customization.

Change the plugin views
If you find graphs too distracting you can always switch to mini mode.

Fit precisely for your workflow.

Beautiful dynamic graph
Inspect what exactly is going on with the audio dynamic.

Using the peak to short-term loudness algorithm you can detect squashed or not correctly compressed mix.

TV presets
LU, INT, TP, LRA, PLR measurements
Resizing, scaling GUI
Mini view
True peak and loudness graph
Automatic loudness overdub
Mono, Stereo, and 5.1 channel support

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  Member 26.08.2017 2184
uploadboy link
  Member 24.10.2016 151
No thank you! It's not free! Lousy and misleading marketing. After one month he asks for payment.
  Resident 2.02.2014 1 1678
It is free version with closed features for paid pro version.
Free version is a biggest steal. More than enough. It is updated version of v1 which has been a totally free metering monster since 2016, even for pro mix/mastering engineers. But now you choose, a free upgraded v2 which is better than v1, or buy a v2 PRO, which is much better than v2 FREE.
Plugin offers to extend your free meter to pro one, it is not a demo with expired time and timebombs.
Btw, youlean is a winner of kvr 2016 contest.
Rethink this pls, stop waiting for the greatest releases by audioUTOPiA, cracked Slatey stuff and dreaming about new Plugin Alliance and uad
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  Member 12.04.2013 1 142
quote by FoomanchooNo thank you! It's not free! Lousy and misleading marketing. After one month he asks for payment.

Yes it's free, you only have to pay for the pro version. Check his site.
I'm an orange critter from Arcade with a large nose (but I don't lie!).
  Member 28.12.2017 46 156
any pro version available on site?
  Member 21.11.2017 13
Unfortunately not. Matter of fact, I can't find it anywhere.
  Resident 20.02.2011 953
You can't have everything; where would you put it?
  Member 19.08.2013 194
TDR Limiter has the best Loudness Meter. Why? Because it does NOT compensate for level differences between Mono and Stereo sources, instead, it leaves the compensating up to the chosen Pan Law within your DAW. Don't understand what I'm talking about? Download this Loudness Meter (YouLean) for free, then download TDR Limter GE Demo version. Install both. Measure the level of a Mono source and note the differences between each Loudness Meter.

YouLean compensates.
NuGen compensates.
TBProAudio compensates.
Waves compensates.
I haven't tested any others.

TDR Limiter is the only Loudness Meter I have found that does NOT compensate. It is important to NOT compensate. You will end up with over-Limiting (and various other things) a Mono source by using any Loudness Meter that compensates.
  Member 11.02.2018 19
Too bad there's NO TDR Limiter for Mac least not a cracked version of it...

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