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Trinnov Audio CEO to Present Brief on TimeCode Aware Loudness Monitoring at AES Rome

May 1st, 2013 Posted in News, newsletter

Paris, France — Arnaud Laborie, the s CEO of Trinnov Audio, will give an engineering brief poster on Saturday, May, 4, from 11 to 12:30 AM in the Foyer during the 134th AES Convention in Rome. The brief is entitled, “Timecode-Aware Loudness Monitoring: Accelerate Engineers’ Everyday.”


“While EBU R-128 loudness normalization is in the process of being adopted by a majority of European countries, most real-time loudness meters aren’t still completely adapted to mixing engineers’ workflows, as continuous project measurements are always required to keep consistent loudness values. By slaving the loudness measurement to an incoming time code, every loudness and true peak values are constantly recorded and time stamped, allowing their calculation at any time. Engineers no longer need to manually pause, resume, or even start a measurement over to keep a relevant loudness monitoring.”

Trinnov Audio will also showcase SmartMeter V3, their newest version of its metering solution. This latest SmartMeter features major improvements and unique functionalities including Time Code synchronization of Loudness / True Peak measurements, allowing for real-time logging and consistent Loudness / LRA measurements at any time, all along different mixing stages.

SmartMeter V3 also supports multiple user-defined sources with independent Loudness/True Peak measurements.

Thanks to these unique features, users no longer have to manually pause, resume or even start measurements over. Every Loudness values are stored and time stamped throughout the session. Projects can therefore be paused, shared on a network and resumed in other studios.

More information on the SmartMeter V3 can be found at: http://www.trinnov.com/technologies/metering/?lang=en_us.

About Trinnov Audio

Trinnov Audio is comprised of a team of engineers who are passionate about audio quality. They focus on developing innovative solutions that improve the quality of sound throughout the production chain until the end listener. Their extensive research has lead to five international patents.


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