Waves Ship Dorrough Meter Collection

Precision models of the world's finest hardware meters      03/12/08
Waves Ship Dorrough Meter Collection


Waves Audio is now shipping the Waves Dorrough Meter Collection, developed in association with Dorrough Electronics, Inc. Here's what they have to say about it...
For over a decade, Waves has been a leader in the digital audio revolution, modeling console components, vintage amplifiers, and rare outboard compressors and equalizers. Now, with the Waves Dorrough Meter Collection, they have modeled the world's finest hardware meters. These precision models of classic Dorrough Meters offer the same readability, musicality and accuracy of the original units. Clear and comprehensive, Dorrough Meters are renowned for their unique ability to paint a detailed picture of true loudness, which is why more Dorroughs are used in advanced production facilities than those of any other brand.
Displaying both average and peak levels in a single readout, Waves Dorrough Meters are the only meters which actually let users see the density of the sound.
Features include:
  • Superfast Peak Response
  • Sum and Difference Energies for Optimal Stereo-to-Mono Compatibility
  • Left/Right Phase Correlation
  • Displays Number of Overs
  • Peak and Average Level Relations
  • Three Selectable Styles: Horizontal (280D/240D), Vertical (380D/340D), and Arc (40AES/EBU)
  • Three Selectable Sizes: Extra Large, Large, and Small
  • Selectable Reference Levels
  • Switch Between Display Sizes and Styles with the Click of a Mouse
  • 40 dB Scale in 1 dB steps
  • Mono & Stereo Components
Pricing and Availability:
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    3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    BoMis    Said...

    Hahahahahahahaha

    aaaahahahahahahahahahaha

    this hs to be a frekkin joke!

    03-Dec-08 06:20 AM


    oto    Said...

    Yes, really pathetic!

    03-Dec-08 04:13 PM


    CV!    Said...

    I really wonder who's going to pay 500$ for that.

    03-Dec-08 04:24 PM


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