About

ADPTR AUDIO founder Marc Adamo (Mix Engineer & Developer), created Metric AB as clients were always bringing mix references into mixing sessions hoping to model their own tracks after them. In a clean and easy layout, Metric AB allows users to hear and see the A and B mixes side by side in real-time.

Products

    • $199
    • ADPTR AUDIO
    • Streamliner
    • ★★★★★
    • Hear exactly how your music will sound on all major streaming services with codec auditioning, automatic level matching, and state of the art loudness and dynamics metering.
      • Mastering
      • NEW!
      • Secret Weapon
    • $199
    • ADPTR AUDIO
    • Metric AB
    • ★★★★★
    • Compare your mix to any reference mix in real-time, with a simple click of the A/B button. It’s designed to provide you with a clear, intuitive workflow and unique analysis tools.
      • Mastering
      • Secret Weapon

Recent Articles

Getting from A to B with Marc Adamo

by Plugin Alliance

ADPTR AUDIO founder Marc Adamo put together a series of expert tips and tricks that will help you take your mix referencing to the next level.

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Recent Reviews

  • Chris Dennis

    Chris Dennis

    Mixing Engineer (Roddy Ricch, Pop Smoke, DaBaby)

    I spend a lot of time traveling & recording in random locations, so ADPTR's Metric A/B is great for referencing other mixes/songs when I may not trust the acoustics of my environment.

  • Lucas (Luke) Pimentel

    Lucas (Luke) Pimentel

    Multi-Gold & Platinum Mastering Engineer

    Streamliner is the one stop tool to ensure you are doing dynamics and loudness right!

  • Glenn Schick

    Glenn Schick

    Future, J. Cole, Missy Elliot

    I love being able to look in a glance what my dynamic range & loudness are in a clear, easy to read format. The ability to audition lossy audio formats & reference all the major streaming platforms is a must nowadays. You can rest assured your nailing your sound for your intended audience. 

    For all those aspiring Mastering engineers, the target levels & dynamic ranges (with well known presets) are gonna be a game changer, and keep me from getting asked that question every day!