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Brickwall Limiter

Limiter Plugin by denise
€ 19.90
Brickwall Limiter
Brickwall Limiter by denise is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
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The Denise Brickwall Limiter is a delicate 'get-results-fast' limiter for anticipating and controlling the peaks and dynamics in your mix, using your track's crest-factor to adapt its release time to.

Set to its default settings, you simply drag down the threshold to limit the peaks in your track in a very natural way, utilising the limiter's 'fade' and 'speed' features that intelligently smooth out the required gain reduction, both backwards and forwards in time.

With the 'boost' switch activated, you can quickly maximise the overall volume using the output gain slider as the limiter's 'ceiling' value, just as you would during mastering.

With its additional 'style' menu that applies an adaptive filter curve, and a 'link' button to preserve the stereo image, the Denise Brickwall Limiter gets you fast results controlling the peaks and dynamics in your mix in a very natural way.*.

(*Note that although the Denise Brickwall Limiter has a slightly higher CPU-load due to its lookahead scheme, this part of the algorithm will be bypassed when the 'fade' control is set to 0%, making the plugin consume only about 33% of it's full CPU-load).

Find more plugin information at: https://www.denise.io/store/Denise/BrickwallLimiter

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