Darkwood Designs Multi-
Note: Although there can be up to 24 channels the actual number of channels may depend on other factors such as computer power. The maximum number of different channels I have physically tested is 18 using USB devices, then I ran out of devices!
In the illustration above some channels are assigned to the same input.
I understand it has been tested successfully with 24 channels using Axia PC driver which converts audio-
The ‘Digital’ bargraph and the ‘Analogue’ versions are different programs but similar in most functions. Phase Correlation and size options are not provided in the analogue version.
Five size options are provided in the digital version, described as:
The analogue VU scale can be used with a traditional 300mS VU meter response or in a fast-
Up to 24 channels will fit 1024 x 768 px screen.
Operate without border. Numerical readout and average marker are optional.
The full package costs $17 and includes both Digital and analogue versions.
If you prefer you can email me and pay by PayPal but there may be a delay.
I will then send you an email link to download the full working version. Alternatively, a bank transfer can be accepted. Details on request.
For any problems with the program email DarkwoodDesigns@gmail.com
Digital Meter -
Analogue Meter -
The demo Zip file contains both Analog and Digital versions. The Full package also includes both versions.
Please try the free demos. The demo version is time-
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This is the screen resolution in which 24 channels in 2 rows will comfortably fit. The bargraph is the same in all sizes but larger sizes have more features.
The analogue version is one size only, 24 channels will fit in 1024 x 768. Less channels will of course take up less space but the minimum recommended screen size is 800 x 600.
These meters are for indicating multiple inputs and do not indicate stereo or surround sound 5.1 or 7.1 outputs unless your soundcard provides this function. Even if it does it may be disabled or may be stereo only.
See this info Enabling What-
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Updated versions July 2016 -
NOTE: Calibration setting in existing settings files will need to be set up accordingly.