many opinions. does it has it have to do with the kind of music you make, bias? or they really sound different?
i am not a limiter person, never use it in mixes.
i only use the Stealth limiter when necessary, first in T-Racks, standalone, nice metering. indeed keep an eye on the true peak.
my go to, now; -1dBFs, -14 LUFS.
now in wavelab pro 10, when necessary. i like it because to my ears it doesn't affect the sound, i don't want mastering to change my sound, i master in the mix (if this is good or bad, this is how i work), sometimes a little mastering.
i use the meter plugin also in wavelab pro 10, the same info, but dynamic range is nice. and sometimes small deviations.
(yes have in way T-Racks 5 Max, with some more, scraped together. use the other stuff, for mixes, not One, although... mangle!)
the Stealth Limiter indeed produces a lot of latency, but Ozone 9 more... but i never use it on a master, in a DAW. (i don't have ozone installed anymore... not my cup of tea.. personal..)
yes because of the extreme oversampling, no probs for me.
i set always to -1dB, sometimes more, -1.1 - -1.3, that one dBFS does not matter, there is volume knob, quite an invention.
what i like about the Stealth Limiter; you don't loose dynamics, or less than in others, i have.
elevate seems quite tempting, but i am satisfied, with the results. i hear what i want to hear...
yes, just another experience. another opinion.
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