Zero-delay (brick-wall) limiter is a sort of clipper!InsertNameHere wrote: ↑Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:07 pmI already have studio quality plugin limiters that I use, but I'm looking for a zero latency limiter more as protection when playing virtual instruments in a live setting. Any suggestions? PSP just came out with one, and I might just go with that unless convinced otherwise.
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having no clue as to what limiter lives inside your DAW
LIVE10; it's native limiter has a 0ms latency setting
and it's designed for a "live setting"
expert only on what it feels like to be me
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The most likely reason is that it actually had latency, it just didn't report it.heavymetalmixer wrote: ↑Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:56 pmIn the past Loudmax was a 0 latency limiter (like up to version 1.22 or 1.23), I don't know why it has latency added now.
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Go with a clipper on your main out. It will at least protect your circuitry. That being said there are lot’s of limiters with no latency, they just can’t have look-ahead processing. It’s as simple as that.
Don't F**K with Mr. Zero.