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Old 10-28-2014, 12:11 PM
tom_lowe tom_lowe is offline
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Default Re: How to mix using integrated LUFS / R128

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Originally Posted by DFN View Post
I have resolved this issue. After a little bit of research I have gone and downloaded LM-Correct. This normalises a track to an LUFS value as well as true peak - making everything R128 compliant with ease. This was the plug-in I was looking for.
Some broadcasters specify max momentary and short-term levels along with LRA, but the DPP spec doesn't currently. Just mix and aim for an LRA of 15 or so.

Great as all Nugen stuff is, don't rely on LM-Correct unless you're only a few LUFS off, it can alter the dynamics of your mix if you do anything too extreme.

It's called LM-Correct, not LM-Automix for a reason.
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