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SSL Launches Turnkey Meter Package

Solid State Logic is introducing its new LMS-16 multi-channel Loudness and True Peak metering system at IBC 2013.

Amsterdam, Netherlands (August 21, 2013)—Solid State Logic is introducing its new LMS-16 multi-channel Loudness and True Peak metering system at IBC 2013.

In a strategic partnership, SSL will offer NUGEN Audio’s new MultiMonitor software as part of a turnkey system that will provide the software pre-installed and configured on a 1RU PC, fitted with SSL’s MadiXtreme 128 audio interface. The LMS-16 will be available for use with SSL digital broadcast consoles or as a standalone product.

An optional monitor arm will also be available to facilitate side-mounting of a screen on C100 HDS or C10 HD consoles, and may be fitted to existing C100 or C10 consoles regardless of trim type and without any console modification.

NUGEN Audio will also launch MultiMonitor as a standalone software product at IBC 2013.

MultiMonitor offers 16 individual meters, each capable of mono, stereo or 5.1 formats (providing metering of up to 96 audio channels simultaneously), with each meter showing a LUFS momentary display alongside a True Peak display. Each meter also has a dedicated numeric Short Term and Integrated LUFS data display and meters can be color-coded to aid grouping. Each meter also features a minimum and maximum short-term alerts function. MultiMonitor is fully compliant with CALM Act legislation, ITU-R BS1770/1, ATSC A/85, EBU R128 and other specific worldwide localizations.

SSL’s turnkey system is based on a 1RU PC with low noise fans, a 15-second boot time and pre-built restore partition. SSL’s MadiXtreme 128 audio interface offers 2 x 64-channel fiber connections. GPI connectivity for GPI reset provides integration with SSL consoles and other equipment.

SSL’s LMS-16 is intended for monitoring multiple playback sources or audio subgroups simultaneously with 5.1 and stereo PGM output alongside the console in the audio control room or equally suited in the MCR monitoring multiple studios and formats simultaneously.

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