Wok Loudness ~ Dynamic Equalization


Wok Loudness simulates the loudness button on old HiFi amps, which alters the frequency response curve to correspond roughly with the equal loudness characteristic of the ear at lower volumes.

The level of high and low frequencies is increased at low listening levels, to compensate for the fact that as the volume of audio decreases, the ears lower sensitivity to extreme high and low frequencies may cause these signals to fall below threshold.  As a result audio material may seem to become ‘thin’ sounding at low volumes, losing bass and treble, the ‘Loudness compensation’ button (often just labelled ‘Loudness’ or ‘Loud’) is intended to rectify this situation.

wokwave.com/old-plugins/html/wok_loudness_free_vst_plugin

loudgain ~ Linux Loudness Normalizer


loudgain is a versatile ReplayGain 2.0 loudness normalizer, based on the EBU R128 / ITU BS.1770 standard (-18 LUFS) and supports FLAC / Ogg / MP2 / MP3 / MP4 / M4A / ALAC & Opus audio files. It uses the well-known mp3gain command line syntax but will never modify the actual audio data.

Just what you ever wanted: the best of mp3gain, ReplayGain 2.0 and Linux combined. Spread the word!

github.com/Moonbase59/loudgain

ORBAN Loudness Meter ~ Loudness & Peak Display


This software simultaneously displays instantaneous peaks, VU, PPM, CBS Technology Center loudness, and ITU BS.1770 loudness. All meters include peak-hold functionality that makes the peak indications of the meters easy to see.

The software accepts two-channel stereo inputs. The VU and PPM meters are split to indicate the left and right channels. The PPM meter also displays the instantaneous peak values of the L and R digital samples. ~ Hydrogen Audio

ORBAN Meter

www.orban.com/orban/meter