LKFS or LUFS -9.8 dB
Clipped Samples Left 2670
Clipped Samples Right 3275
DC offset Left +0.030%
DC offset Right +0.031%
Dynamic Range 5.7 dB
The overall waveform picture looks like most others you see these days...
that is, peaks squashed in a flat line.
The EQ curve is not showing any glaring mistakes, which is good.
If you want to be picky, the bottom needs a little more 100 and a little less 125,
the midrange a few dB less from 1 to 2 kHz,
and the high end needs a few more dB from 8 to 12 kHz.
The level is not as bad as most you see these days at -9.8 dB.
Most jobs these days are a constantly annoying -8 to even -6 dB.
There ought to be a law..at -16 dB.
The Clipped samples are an obvious major problem at almost 6,000.
The DC offset should be 0...as in 0 or 0.000%
Here are the facts...as always, you can zoom your browser to see the details clearly.