Mastering engineer Ian Shepherd presented a paper on Peak to Short-term loudness Ratio (PSR) at the 143rd convention in New York last month, in collaboration with a number of audio software experts.
First is a dither update for ISL 2st, along with a 3D Immersive Extension update allowing second and third order Ambisonic (AmbiX format) output for Halo Upmix.
Beta version of the company's latest AMB Audio Management Batch processor modular software will be showcased at the Amsterdam RAI later this week.
Forthcoming update is being demonstrated as an alternative to channel-based output for VR, game and other immersive applications.
Re-recording mixer relied on Halo Upmix and MasterCheck Pro for the latest series of the hit Netflix show.
Mumbai-based audio/mix engineer Sreejesh Nair is using Halo to produce an immersive upmix on a broad range of cinema projects, including Bollywood movie soundtracks.
The company will also demo its new AMB modular batch processor – a scalable loudness analysis, correction and upmix solution.
Co-founder Robert Nation has adopted a full suite of loudness, mixing, and mastering tools for use on a wide range of radio, film, and television projects.
Company's 106sqm stand will showcase the extensive range of brands it represents, including the debut of Vicoustic's acoustic treatment panelling and products.
Founder Ian Shepherd is also using this year's event to generate awareness of a new Streaming Loudness Petition.
VisLM addition makes student-operated TV station at the University of Birmingham compliant with EBU R128 recommendations.