Looking for a mass LUFS / dynamic range analyzer Software / Vst

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  1. Hildegard

    Hildegard Noisemaker

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    Dear AS Community

    the title says it all. standalone would make more sense but Vst is okay too. Mac or Win.

    most importantly, there are obviously tons of devices that can analyze lufs and dynamic range BUT
    didn't found anything that has a simple excel style tabel and does only this.
    indeed there IS a Software which does this and looks exactly how i described it. apparently it's only included in the SWS extension for REAPER .and I use Ableton.. enclosed a Picture of the just mentioned Software / Add On

    I am aware that you analyze multiple Reference Tracks in Sonibles Meter Plug In for example but it's very chaotic , not clear which LUFS belongs to which tracks, not clean, just want a tabel like the reaper Extension

    any hints are highly appreciated. something hidden on github maybe?

    here is the link to the picture. (it's a screenshot from White Sea Studio's recent Vid)
     

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  3. No Avenger

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    Mh, Maat DROffline can analyse complete folders and create a log file with all the results and it looks like a chart but is 'only' txt...
     
  4. Hildegard

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    a little workaround but indeed a suiting tip. ty Avenger.
     
  5. clone

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    Why wouldn't you use REAPER just for this functionality? A basic installation is similar size as a usual wav editor like SoundForge or Audacity; and you know it already does what you are looking into. Did you look into SoX at all? People seem to get it to do some pretty amazing tasks.
     
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    Absolutely correct.
    @Hildegard the command is called Calculate loudness of selected tracks within time selection via dry run render (there're some variations of this command). You can then export this as an html file where all the results are shown in a chart (and below the according wave files too).
    I've set a key command for it and use it quite often.
     
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    Ty Clone & Avenger.
    makes sense.. I'll give Reaper's SWS Extension a try.
     
  8. Sinus Well

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    You don't necessarily need SWS. Reaper can do that natively.
    Via Dry Run Render, as @No Avenger said.
     
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