What are the key benefits of the GLM 4.2 update?

The new GRADE report feature uses all the data automatically collected by GLM’s AutoCal 2 algorithm to create an in-depth PDF evaluation that details critical aspects of your monitoring system and room performance, including the benefits of GLM’s calibration result and a range of measured room-acoustic effects.

Before AutoCal 2 takes its measurements, a new ‘Preparations for Measurements’ page is displayed, giving placement instructions for GLM’s calibration microphone and asking for optional room-dimension details and a brief description of the monitoring system to be calibrated. These will be used for GLM’s GRADE analysis and for documenting the system for later reference.

Improved support of MIDI controllable GLM functions, including volume level, system mute and dim, level presets, bass management bypass activation, and group-preset selections.

The new calibration group ID and subwoofer group ID features further assist the creation and calibration of scalable monitoring systems from stereo to immersive. Improved monitor-status indicators offer a more extensive overview of the settings and state of each monitor.

New system-layout templates help to create layouts for Dolby Atmos 9.1.4, Dolby Atmos 9.1.6, Sony 360RA and NHK 22.2 systems.

The gain control step size in GLM’s Acoustic Editor has changed from 1dB to 0.1dB, enabling much more accurate edits to filtering.

Improvements have been made to the ‘Level’ info panel used to display GLM’s main functions, including mute, dim, preset levels, bass management bypass, and calibration status.

Keyboard shortcuts are now available for more commands. Note: Shortcuts only work when GLM’s main window is active.

Easy product registration is now available inside GLM.




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