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Introduction to Limiter 6 GE by Dan Worrall


TDR Limiter 6 GE is a modern dynamics compression and limiting toolkit featuring six specialized modules that can be arranged in variable order. Together, they cover a remarkable range of applications from delicate loudness control, to brutal "brick-walling" and creative mix bus crunching.

All music by Tokyo Dawn Records

Mowgan - Bring me on
Colonel Red - The Same Stop Game
DJ Agile - Lovers
Personal Life - There's A Time
Blaktroniks - Blow You.

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