BeatRig was at the forefront of defining loudness standards and actively helped the EBU to create the R128 broadcast loudness recommendation.

     

5 Products by BeatRig :

BeatRig LevelNorm 2

LevelNorm 2

LevelNorm 2 brings the loudness normalisation revolution right into your workstation. Both realtime (AU/VST/AAX) and offline (AAX). Compliance to EBU R128, ATSC A/85...
BeatRig LevelOne v2

LevelOne v2

Loudness jumps between program items is a well known phenomenon for broadcasters and producers of multi-media or game audio. Only levelling by ear could fix this, a...
BeatRig LevelView

LevelView

LevelView is a highly innovative real time loudness meter. Its ‘Rainbow meter’, based upon the ‘Bendy Meter’ concept of BBC Research, gives the user continuous insight...
BeatRig LevelViewS

LevelViewS

LevelViewS is not just a light weight version of our LevelView plugin. It is an EBU & ATSC loudness meter, optimised for short program material (like commercials,...
BeatRig SideKick Extended 6

SideKick Extended 6

SideKick Extended 6 is the easiest, yet most comprehensive side-chain compressor that works in your VST and/or AU compatible host on Mac and Windows. With Side...

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LevelNorm V2 Change Log
Tuesday May 1, 2018
CURRENT RELEASE VERSION(S):
  • LVN2-package-r85.dmg (OSX 85)
  • LVN2-package-r83.BRP (WIN 83)
version 2 // revision: 76

date: 1 May 2018
operating system: OSX

    version 2 // revision: 77

    date: 8 Jul 2020
    operating system: WIN

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      LevelNorm 2 Manual
      Monday April 16, 2018

      LevelNorm 2 automatically normalises your audio to R128, ATSC or custom targets.

      Quickstart

      You may have to select your loudness target. The default is R128, but if you need another target do so in the settings page. The next time you open LevelNorm2 it will be set to this preset automatically.

      For realtime usage VST/AU/AAX:
      • Load LevelNorm 2 on the last possible insert of your DAWs master bus.
        LevelNorm2 needs to read and analyse all final audio that will be exported. This is why it needs to be inserted on the last possible insert of your master bus. And you need to play all the final audio of your DAW project at least once.
      • Create and play all your final audio of your DAW project at least once.
        LevelNorm2 remembers your timeline. This means you are free to play your timeline in pieces in any order. This also means that when you change a small part in your timeline, you will only have to play that new part to let LevelNorm2 update the analysis for the whole track.
        In the interface you can check the span of timeline range that is measured. By the start and end times at the top left and right. If there is a gap (a missing part of the timeline) it will be displayed in red in the middle of the start and end times.
      • Set your master fader at 0 dB and you are ready to export your audio.
        The master fader sits behind LevelNorm in the process chain. This is why it needs to be set to 0 dB, so it does not change the loudness of the exported audio.
        When you save your project (which a DAW does while exporting your audio), LevelNorm will adjust the volume of the audio that runs through it to match your target. You can also do this manually (but do not have to) when you stop playback and click on the red X icon in the LevelNorm2 interface. The X mark will then change into a green checkmark and the adjust gain value will be changed accordingly.
        Thats how easy it is. In theory you will never have to open the LevelNorm2 interface to export to target.
      For offline usage AAX AudioSuite:

      Just like its predecessor, LevelNorm2 can be used on clips in ProTools and MediaComposer. Select a clip to normalise then open LevelNorm2 from the AudioSuite – Dynamics list. Click ‘Render’ and you are done!

      Settings

      Open the LevelNorm2 interface and click on the cog wheel (top right) to open/close the settings page.
      Here you can select your preferred preset (R128 / ATSC / Custom). When you select Custom you can create your own loudness target by manually setting the target, relative/dialog gate and peak limit. Target is the full scale (LUFS) value that the final audio should have. Relative gate can be switched on/off and set to a custom value. (the default is -10). Dialog gate detects voice in the audio and will only measure those parts. Peak limit setting will ensure the audio will not exceed this level, even if the loudness needs to be increased. Only attenuate will ensure to only lower the loudness if necessary but not increase it.

      LevelNorm automatically sets the amount of channels to mono, stereo or surround, dependent on the source. In case your source is surround, please make sure that the ‘format’ is set to the right channel order. You can change this setting by clicking the window next to the text ‘format’. A drop down menu will open with a choice between SMPTE, Film and DTS channel order.

      AudioSuite processing in Protools has relatively large freedom in selecting files and part of files. For instance for stereo either a true stereo track or two mono tracks can be selected. It is also possible to select part of a file or even more than one file on the timeline and analyse or process the total amount of selected audio.

      Warnings

      Open the LevelNorm2 interface and click on the warning icon (top right) to open/close the warnings settings page.
      Enableing these settings will warn you in the main screen, when their levels are being exceeded. Checking these values can be requirement in some production environments.

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      LevelNorm 2 – Basic Operations Within ProTools (Realtime)
      Thursday April 12, 2018
      LevelNorm 2 – Basic Operations Within ProTools (offline)
      Thursday April 12, 2018
      MediaComposer 8.9.4 Bug
      Thursday December 21, 2017

      There’s a bug in MediaComposer 8.9.4 that causes the LevelNorm to stop functioning correctly. This affects many more plugins, including MediaComposers own normalisation plugin, so we suggest not to use this version of MediaComposer.

      The post MediaComposer 8.9.4 bug appeared first on BeatRig.

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      Clear Packages Cache (Checksum Error)
      Monday November 27, 2017

      If anything went wrong during the download of your software, you might see a checksum error.

      To solve this error you need to clear the cached packages on the disk. To do so follow these steps.

      First open the settings tab by clicking the cog wheel in the top right corner.

      Then in the settings page click on the “open” button next to the packages folder.

      You will now see the folder on your computer where all the packages are stored. Remove the package that is causing the error. (or you should be able to remove them all, the will be download again when needed.)

      Now follow the normal install procedure by clicking install in the main tab of the License Manager.

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      SideKick – Advanced Settings
      Saturday September 16, 2017

      You can find these settings by clicking on the SideKick logo in the interface.

      Please use these default settings.
      – turn on, max detected buffersize
      – turn on, initial compentsation
      – turn off, force sync

      Depending on the DAW host software you may need to change these settings if you are having problems with the timing of ducking/keying.
      Please note you will have to reload all sidekicks for the changes to take full effect.

      The 3 way switch for the buffersize:
      set to ‘2x max detected buffersize’ if there seem to be gaps
      set ‘max detected buffersize’ as default
      set ‘no compensation’ to run without delay compensation at all. (not recommened).
      initial compensation, should be on by default. if however the ducking/keying seems too late. you can try turning this off.
      Force sync, should only be turned on/off if the ducking/keying seems to jitter.

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      LevelViewS Change Log
      Wednesday August 2, 2017
      CURRENT RELEASE VERSION(S):
      • LVVS-package-r514.dmg (OSX 514)
      • LVVS-package-r537.BRP (WIN 537)
      version 1.7 // revision: 514

      date: 1 Aug 2017
      operating system: OSX

      • changeinitial changelog
      version 1.7 // revision: 537

      date: 1 Aug 2017
      operating system: WIN

      • newinitial changelog

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      LevelView Change Log
      Wednesday August 2, 2017
      CURRENT RELEASE VERSION(S):
      • LVLV-package-r514.dmg (OSX 514)
      • LVLV-package-r516.BRP (WIN 516)
      version 1.7 // revision: 516

      date: 4 Aug 2017
      operating system: WIN

      • newinitial changelog
      version 1.7 // revision: 514

      date: 1 Aug 2017
      operating system: OSX

      • newinitial changelog

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      LicenseManager Change Log
      Wednesday August 2, 2017
      CURRENT RELEASE VERSION(S):
      • BeatRigLicenseManager-r379.dmg (OSX 379)
      • BeatRigLicenseManager-r372.msi (WIN 372)
      version // revision: 379

      date: 5 Apr 2020
      operating system: OSX

      • fixdeactivating invalid product license
      • fixproduct install crash
      version // revision: 342

      date: 10 Apr 2018
      operating system: OSX

      • fixremove duplicate detected usb devices
      version // revision: 341

      date: 10 Apr 2018
      operating system: OSX

      • fixdongle detection causing crash at startup
      version // revision: 336

      date: 27 Feb 2018
      operating system: WIN

      • fixexteded the ignore of invalid hardware
      version // revision: 332

      date: 25 Nov 2017
      operating system: OSX

      • fixSupport for OSX - APFS
      version 1.0 // revision: 328

      date: 16 Sep 2017
      operating system: OSX

      • newadded new product support
      version 1.0 // revision: 327

      date: 16 Sep 2017
      operating system: WIN

      • newadded new product support
      version 1.0 // revision: 326

      date: 24 Aug 2017
      operating system: OSX

      • changedemo expire patch
      version 1.0 // revision: 325

      date: 24 Aug 2017
      operating system: WIN

      • changedemo expire patch
      version 1.0 // revision: 308

      date: 4 Aug 2017
      operating system: WIN

      • changeCore performance update
      version 1.0 // revision: 317

      date: 4 Aug 2017
      operating system: OSX

      • fixpatched crash on cetain USB devices
      version 1.0 // revision: 298

      date: 1 Aug 2017
      operating system: WIN

      • changeinitial changelog

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      BeatRig was at the forefront of defining loudness standards and actively helped the EBU to create the R128 broadcast loudness recommendation.

      They provide Software solutions that solve loudness problems for you with automatic compliance to the EBU R128 recommendation or the ATSC A/85 and Calm Act specifications. Their product line is optimised for all types of program material and offers a clear view of the major loudness levels.

      With their smart preset based interfaces and unlimited batch file processing, Their products will improve your post production speed dramatically and perform all your level normalisation tasks automatically and accurately.

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