Loudness Solutions at IBC 201228-08-2012
Just like in 2011, tc electronic will share a booth with HHB at this year's IBC. Come and meet them in Hall 8, Booth D56!
Just read here the tc electronic highlights of IBC 2012.
At the show, we will display a wide range of loudness products, including LM2 Stereo Loudness Meter, D22 Digital Broadcast Delay, DB2 Loudness Correction Processor, DBMax 5-band Level Maximizer, P2 Level Pilot, DB4 MKII TV Transmission Processor, TM7/TM9 Touch Monitors, BMC-2 Monitor Controller, LM6 & LM2 Native Loudness Meter Plug-ins and the signal-processing flagship System 6000 MKII. Furthermore, you will also find BM5A Compact, BM6A MKII and DBM50 monitors from Dynaudio Professional at the booth.
If you plan to attend at IBC 2012, make sure to stop by our booth to experience the latest and most advanced loudness tools first-hand!
ALC6 - New Loudness Correction Algorithm for DB4/8 & DB4/8 MKII
Recently, we updated DB4/DB8 (original versions as well as MKII). One of the highlights is the new ALC6 algorithm that offers pristine ITU BS.1770-2-based loudness correction and true peak limiting, and you can now download this breakthrough loudness processor free of charge. In short, ALC6 combines five industry-first features with low latency and high resolution, thereby offering you the most audio-friendly and advanced loudness adjustment solution available.
New 'Live Aid' License for System 6000 MKII
Right before the London Olympics, the same pristine loudness adjustment came within reach for OB, live and production studios: ALC6, plus another superior loudness tool, the DMix processor, form the ‘Live Aid’ license available for all System 6000 MKII users.
TC Electronic and Loudness
Loudness in broadcast has been a much-debated topic in recent years and with new legislative initiatives on broadcasted loudness in an increasing number of countries, the need for innovative solutions is greater than ever.
We have been pioneering the field of digital signal processing for decades, so strengthening the focus on loudness research and developing new solutions for metering and controlling loudness was a natural next step. Once again we were a first mover and took part in research leading to key elements of today’s international broadcast standards, as well as contributing to the open standards that strive to solve the loudness issue in broadcast by donating technology and algorithms.
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