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Are there utilities to normalize to dBTP (not dBFS) ?

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Re: Are there utilities to normalize to dBTP (not dBFS) ?

Postby Sam Spoons » Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:31 am

Fair enough, out in the sticks then AM may be the only option as mobile signals need 'line of sight'and VHF/FM is limited to a little more than LoS at, typically, around 50 miles.
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Re: Are there utilities to normalize to dBTP (not dBFS) ?

Postby Rich Hanson » Fri Jul 12, 2019 10:32 am

Obviously I can only speak for my experience in the UK, but I'm reasonably optimistic as to how the guidelines are working - I certainly can't remember the last time I was moved to reach for the volume control due to an over-loud advert when watching a commercial TV channel. (Can't speak for commercial radio though, as I rarely listen to it.)
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Re: Are there utilities to normalize to dBTP (not dBFS) ?

Postby Forum Admin » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:10 am

Watching YouTube on my TV last night, it didn't feel like the guidelines were being followed on this platform -- but perhaps because they don't consider themselves to be a 'broadcaster'. There were wildly differing levels in content volume and the Monday.com adverts that seemed to interrupt everything.
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