Customer Reviews

  • ★★★★★
    All In one
    by Aleksandar P
    It has everything you need ,including K scales;it goes on sale often for 9 dollars- highly recommended,I love it.
  • ★★★★☆
    by Piotr
    Very useful meter, especially M/S metering.
  • ★★★★★
    by EA
    standard no brainer win win win
  • ★★★★★
    by Jack
    What's to say except to say I'm loving this meter. I'm making better sounding/more balanced mixes than before. Also seeing what I thought were good mixes become better due to seeing the correlation errors my ears may not pick up. I just wish there were a multi-band version of this beasty :)
  • ★★★★★
    by dee
    Tells me exactly what I need to know concerning levels and the loudness needed for different genres and mixes.
  • ★★★★★
    BX Meter
    by Balanced Action
    Very helpful and informative...highly recommended
  • ★★★★★
    Brainworx Bx_meter
    by Geraldo Estrela
    The Brainworx Bx_meter plugin is a fantastic plugin for mixing and mastering audio, Brainworx Bx_meter is a plugin that every music producer and mixing technician and mastering technician need to have this plugin in their collection of plugins.
    Brainworx Bx_meter makes it possible, through its fantastic resources , to elevate any audio mixing and mastering to a final result of the highest possible level imaginable.
    Brainworx Bx_meter is indispensable for all audio recording studios and since home studios to the largest audio recording studios on the planet.
    To know where the audio is coming in the mix and master, it is indispensable to have this plugin for audio measurement .
  • ★★★★★
    by Bart
    Great metter!!! Must have!
  • ★★★★★
    All the time
    by Datalab Studio
    The bx_meter is always in my projects. Production, mixing, mastering, audio analysis… Everywhere, every time.
    More than a simple feedback, but more a personal tip (some users may know).
    I use it in a very simple way, but I lately found my perfect way to use it.
    Let's say I have one output for the rough mix linked to the main out (of Logic Pro X in my case) and one out for the current mix/master (let's call it Master Bus) I'm doing that is linked to the main out too.
    I put one bx_meter on the main out, to get metering of both versions and one on the Master Bus at the very end of the mastering chain. The one on the master bus is switched off but the Standard Filter is active. If I decided to use this one is because it puts volume down to -7dBFS and that's almost what artists send as value for their mixdowns. So by activating this one the Master Out will drop down and will be closer to the mixdown level.
    Then by switching from the rough and the mastered version, I can compare the Dynamic Range (DR), the RMS at the same peak level (-7dBFS to tell again). This will help to take good decisions about the final volume stage, especially by checking the DR. For electronic music, I like to go from 9 to 6 (is the highest I tend to do now), really depending on how tracks have been mixed and how producers want their tracks, depending on style and many more parameters.
    Hope this is helpful for some of you!
    I think this use very handy.
  • ★★★★★
    by Luca Lombardi
    You can monitor your singal in M/S, control the Phase correlation, peak and RMS. Insert it in you master chain.