Signum Audio has released Bute Loudness Normaliser, a utility that delivers accurate, automated loudness compliance in just a few clicks. Bute Loudness Normaliser is an offline, standalone app available in Stereo and Surround versions, supporting up to Atmos 7.1.2. The integrated true peak limiter promises absolute transparency and peace of mind that there are no overshoots getting through, while still normalizing to your chosen target level. Bute Loudness Normaliser is fully compliant with all revisions of ITU-R BS. 1770, EBU R128, ATSC A/85, OP-59, ARIB TR-B32, Spotify, YouTube, Apple Check, Hulu, Netflix (including the latest revision), TIDAL, Sony Gaming (ASWG), AES Streaming Recommendation, US Public Radio (PRSS), TIDAL, and Pandora. It supports .WAV 42-bit 48 KHz files for broadcasting with all its pull up and pull down variants, along with .flac, .mp3, .aiff, and more. The app also boasts sample rate conversion designed by Aleksy Vaneev of Voxengo.
Signum Audio Bute Loudness Normaliser is available now for £99.00 (currently around $137.61). Subscribers to their email list may be privy to substantial discount codes. The app is also available as part of the Bute Loudness Suite, alongside their Analyser, True Peak Limiter, and AudioSuite Normaliser for £199.00 ($276.61). It requires macOS 10.9 or later.