Someone recommended me Voxengo Span to analyse both the spectrum and the RMS level of my mix. THANKS. Your product definitely works well.
I read the help file. However, I'm not sure I understand the 'RMS' and 'PRMS' indicators. When I set it to 'K-12', a snapshot of my mix ends up with the 'RMS' showing about -2 plus on average and the 'PRMS' on average to be about +2. What does this mean, really? What average RMS was that indicating?
Here's what the readme file says about those indicators: -
"...that RMS counters show dB values: A/B, where B = A + 3 dB. PRMS (peak RMS)counter has 50 ms averaging time." No other info that I can interprete well.
PS: Quite amateur here. Sorry if this question is rather lame.
RMS is RMS power of the track so far.
PRMS is a maximal registered peak RMS power.
As for the "A/B, where B= A+3" - it is an outdated information I've forgot to remove (sorry for the confusion).
The meaning of RMS/PRMS readout depends on the meter mode you have chosen.
My 'RMS' shows about -2 plus on average and the 'PRMS' on average to be about +2. What does this mean, really? What average RMS was that indicating?
PS: Sorry, a bit amateur here. I only know the lower the RMS level, the louder it represents. But, find it hard to understand the readings (not just yours, but I think some other products out there uses this kinda style as well).
First of all, the higher the RMS value, the louder the song is, on average.
'RMS' readout shows K-12 RMS power accumulated from playback start or readout reset. You may reset the readout by clicking on it.
PRMS is peak RMS power detected from playback start or readout reset.
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