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Logic 9 logic meter (Peak\RMS)

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by biom, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. biom

    biom New Member

    Just a short metering issue in Logic - is it still exists somewhere or disappoint me in reverse)

    so, the question is simple enough - is it possible somehow to toggle between different measurment systems in a mixer. Actually, I need to keep an eye from time to time on my RMS levels while mixing (the logic meter is set to Peak by default =) So, what is the most simple ways of doing it?

    not asking about VU\PPM meters just bacause they're from analog world) but would be glad to discover if this feature is also exist)

    Thanx, guys, in advance
     
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  3. leytonnz

    leytonnz Senior member

    the level meter plug in has a peak AND RMS setting

    the multi meter plug in also shows peak AND RMS

    L
     
  4. michaelo

    michaelo LUG Emeritus

    As an alternative, the Sonalksis FreeG plugin shows peak and RMS at the same time. Also a great price...
     
  5. biom

    biom New Member

    "measurment systems in a MIXER"

    so, your answers are not the thing I was posting this for

    anyway, looking for anyone's else reply
     
  6. biom

    biom New Member

    Ok, the thread could be closed.
    The answer is NO (just in case someone is still searching for a solution=)

    But yea, Sonalksis FreeG is a good stuff to analize the mix from time to time and great for mastering as well)

    good luck to everyone
     
  7. Creepstar

    Creepstar New Member

    VU Plug-in freeware

    PSP offers a "Vintage Meter" plug-in for free. It's a good old fashioned VU moving coil meters. Make sure you calibrate the dBFS equivalent to -20 dBFS.

    http://www.pspaudioware.com/
     
  8. jonperl

    jonperl Member

    Slightly OT, but under Preferences->Display->Mixer, you can find an option for metering in an exponential scale vs. a "sectional db-linear" scale. The latter shows a more even distribution at lower levels, whereas the former gives more detail at the hottest levels, giving short shrift to quieter mixing levels. You can right/control click on the numbering at the left of the meter as well. Of course still not Peak vs. RMS.
     
  9. biom

    biom New Member

    Thanx, jonperl!
    Ye, found that button. Been really digging a lot logic's mixer, so this feature just couldn't escape my attention)
    anyway, thanx for sharing your thoughts
     

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