Nugen Audio Releases DSP Version of VisLM-H2 Loudness Meter

Nugen Audio has introduced a new DSP option for its VisLM-H2 visual loudness meter targeted to users of Avid Pro Tools HDX systems.

Leveraging AAX DSP hybrid technology, Nugen Audio’s VisLM-H2 DSP integrates into the professional Avid HDX environment and deploys Avid audio engine resources for the Pro Tools power user.

Joining ISL 2 DSP, Nugen Audio's true peak limiter for HDX — VisLM-H2 DSP — enables users to take advantage of the full capability of their Nugen Audio loudness tools within the context of an optimized HDX environment.

"VisLM-H2 DSP completes our lineup of loudness offerings for HDX workstations," said Jon Schorah, Nugen’s creative director. "With VisLM-H2 DSP, HDX users can handle loudness at their workstations in the fastest and smartest manner and gain maximum benefit from their HDX systems."

Existing VisLM-H2 users are eligible to upgrade to the DSP version for $99, and new users will be able to choose between the VisLM-H2 and the VisLM-H2 DSP version (now available at $449 and $549, respectively).

Nugen Audio provides the broadcast and post-production industry solutions for surround upmixing and end-to-end loudness management, metering and correction from content acquisition through to playout.

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