User Reviews by KVR Members for Invisible Limiter
28 November 2012 at 11:47pm
I dunno about the PC but on the Mac they don't even work, especially the "stereo widening". I suspect the PC version is made with Synth-edit and the Mac version is made with Synth-Maker. Avoid these and don't believe the first Reviewer.
Basically avoid this collection of plugins
28 February 2013 at 10:19pm
They are 64-bit. Is that possible with synthmaker and synthedit?
19 March 2013 at 1:56pm
realmarco - if You would try this limiter then You would notice that it can do the job better than FG-X. It's absolutely the secret weapon of limiting. No reason to avoid this wonderful piece of software. And it WASN'T made in SynthEdit.
As developwer says - and I believe him, not You:
"I have never used SynthMaker/SynthEdit. I have to show that on KVR DB if I used SynthMaker. All plugins are written in c++ and objective-c, and license manager is in python.".
So stop hating :P.
17 May 2013 at 8:24pm
Limiter works on the OS X 64-bit really good. Sounds like analog limiter on 8x oversampling. I never heard such transparent limiter like plugin before. 10 out of 10 Period.
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24 December 2016 at 9:07pm
Relax people. You can't remove dynamics without altering the balance. "as if they weren't there..." So the attack-transients will not be altered? I didn't know that this is possible. At least not according to the laws of acoustics-physics.. :-) And Invisible Limiter G2 costs 200 Dollars on the site??? 200 Dollars? For 1 plugin? Buy it and then tell yourself that you feel smart. A full blown DAW costs 100-400. We are talking one Fully equipped production centre with dozens of synths, effects and samples included. You still find it reasonable to pay that for one single plugin? Or is it harder to program a limiter than it is to create a whole DAW for the same money? Whatever. Oh now that i think of it Ozone 7 standard costs 250? A whole mastering suite? How much was Invisible limiter again? 120 for "standard and 200 for supa dupa G2" ? The first thing you find out when you dig in to the "magic" of mastering engineers or artists whose sound you like and respect is that first of all they know how to mix. It's not cause of plugins. Balance is EVERYTHING. If the mix is bad no one can ever make it sound like it's a good mix. A good mix will always sound better even with a cheap limiter on it, than a bad mix with Invisible Limiter on it. Think on that for a second and make what you want with the information. you can throw it away if you like. I still like you. It's just i thought to say something different than "go for it" or " buy of the century" when young people insecure of how to get a good sound will spend their last money because they think a plugin or a hardware compressor worth 10.000 will save a bad mix. Well it won't. Ask any serious mastering engineer. 200 euros for a software limiter. I will be having nightmares tonight....... :-)