How to measure Integrated, Short Term, Peak in audition

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Dec 11, 2020 Dec 11, 2020

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 Hi Guys,
 
I am new to audition. I have an audio file and i need to check some measurements of Loudness/Peak. The required level is,
 
Integrated:  -12.0 LUFS
Short Term: -9.3 LUFS
Peak: 0.0 dBTP
 
Where to find this options in adobe audition.
 
Regards,
Vasanth
 

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Dec 12, 2020 Dec 12, 2020

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You will get an overall LUFS measurement from Amplitude Statistics. If you want to regulate files, then there are options using Match Loudness. Audition doesn't measure short-term LUFS - that's comparatively rare, and personally I can't see a lot of use for it (which is why it's comparatively rare, I expect...)

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Dec 12, 2020 Dec 12, 2020

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Steve,

 

Short Term Loudness measurement translates finer "detail" due to the descriptor's 3sec. averaging window. Description yields characteristics of micro-dynamics. This can be useful for gauging perceptual consistancy of speech/dialogue. Also - there are max spec. guidelines for "Short-Form" content. E.g. see: R 128 s1.

 

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Oh, I know what it is - it's a replacement for a lack of training... because that is what your ears are for!

 

It's a very real problem. People getting obsessed with numbers rather than listening to what they're doing isn't healthy in the slightest.

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