Nugen Audio’s Leq(m) Manages Loudness

Nugen Audio will introduce Leq(m), its new loudness standard support 
technology, serving a broad array of professional loudness management applications. The company said it would integrate Leq(m) measurement algorithms into a range of its existing solutions.

Support of Leq(m) provides mission-critical capabilities for audio professionals who work on theatrical trailer production and will complement the extensive ITU loudness measurement capabilities already available in Nugen Audio loudness products. With expected availability by IBC 2015, Leq(m) functionality will be offered as a free update for Nugen’s recently announced VisLM-H2 loudness meter, LM-Correct 2 loudness quick fix tool, and LMB processor for batch loudness analysis and correction on multiple files.

See Nugen at IBC stand 8.D56.

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