Figure 3687. The Audio Meter section.Cakewalk’s meters are extremely adjustable. The Audio Meter section lets you specify the appearance and behavior of audio meters. These settings control meter ballistics globally for all types of meters in Cakewalk.The Audio Meter section contains the following settings:This field determines how often the meters are updated. Valid values range from 25 msec (forty times per second) to 250 msec (four times per second).
Rise (msecec). The time it takes for an RMS meter to register a 20 dB rise in signal.
Fall (msecec). The time it takes for an RMS meter to register a 20 dB fall in signal.
Rise (msecec). The time it takes for a Peak meter to register a 20 dB rise in signal.
Fall (msecec). The time it takes for a Peak meter to register a 20 dB fall in signal.The Track View and Console View check boxes let you display the meters in segmented fashion in the respective views.
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