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Postby heavymetalmixer; Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:21 pm Re: good mixing limiter?

jbarish wrote:I believe there's still a free version of Limiter 6 which would be hard to beat at that price.

Yeah, the VladG version is free. the TDR version is the paid one.
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Postby plexuss; Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:30 pm Re: good mixing limiter?

Apratim wrote:Why not first make with a limiter on on the master at 0db celling
Then lower the the level of each track equally say 10db.. some random hedroom will be created in the master say -6db
Later use LP multiband limiting

yes this is a good workflow. but there is no one ideal workflow - we all have our preferences and what jives with our individual brains. anything goes. what it sounds like is what matters.

Sometimes I will use a limter I know has character on a track to give it that limited sound plus some vibe. Some limters are better for this than others. I dont use transparent sounding limiters on tracks for this purpose, but rather limiters like the LVCs. LVC also allows control of the character of the limiter which is pretty cool.
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Postby Sparky77; Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:07 am Re: good mixing limiter?

pabloaldunate wrote:DMG Track Limit

Also DMG Limitless
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Postby lacandon; Sun Mar 18, 2018 7:29 pm Re: good mixing limiter?

Barricade and fab filter Pro l 2 near invisible if not pushed.

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