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GLM 2.0 reference level value

dumonkeydi, modified 5 Years ago.

GLM 2.0 reference level value

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 1/13/17 Recent Posts

i would like to ask why you dismissed the reference level value from the features of GLM. Good thing in version 1 was that you could set the reference level to current volume and see the value while moving the fader. Now its gone and the only way how to set it up is to store the preset level to required SPL and work with that, but its kind of unfriendly, especially for the people who are unfamiliar with particular studio and are not aware of the levels and the dB value may be just confusing to them. Its very cool that measurement kit can measure SPL now, but it would be great if that level could be easily stored and visible even without microphone connected. It was simple and handy feature, especially in postproduction enviroment where different mixers are used to listen to slightly different SPL and reference level value was the easiest way how to be oriented.

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