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GMax - Limiter
GMax is a maximizing limiter.

The most common usage is to boost the perceived level of a signal by increasing base amplitude while preventing clipping. It works by first increasing the level of the incoming audio by a given amount. Then, any audio that becomes too loud is "turned back down", ensuring that the level never exceeds the "ceiling" level. While a maximizing limiter is often used to make an entire song seem "louder", it may also be used in place of a compressor to help control individual tracks.
  • Gain.
  • Ceiling.
  • Release.
  • Meter.


(0.14 Mb)
  V 1.1
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