TBProAudio LA xLimit II 1.2.1 (VST, VST3, RTAS, AAX) VST Torrent
TBProAudio LA xLimit II Crack is an advanced look ahead, wideband linked-stereo limiter including ISP (inter-sample peak) detection and oversampling.
LA xLimit II is the successor of LA xLimit, our very popular look ahead limiter. It offers more control over transients and adaptive release curves. It also adds a second limiter stage for better performance in ISP detection mode.
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The goal of the design was to cover a broad range of limiting applications in today’s mixing and mastering situations with a strong focus on low aliasing.
LA xLimit II is specifically designed for mastering, digital editing, multimedia, and any application that requires limiting of the digital signal with top-notch quality and lowest aliasing. LA xLimit II guarantees an ultra-fast and overshot-free response by using advanced look-ahead algorithms.
To fulfill today’s TV, broadcast, and music production requirements LA xLimit II offers True-Peak limiting (ISP) based on ITU-1770 specification and top of it up to 8x “real” oversampling. Combined with True-Peak limiting reaches even the highest production standards.
LA xLimit II includes an advanced adaptive release control system that reduces massively artifacts caused by fixed release times. To increase limiting sensitivity both stereo channels can be freely linked/unlinked.
LA xLimit II is designed to be used as the last plugin in the processing chain (brick-wall limiting).
- state of the art low aliasing look ahead limiter design
- [new] freely adjustable limiter character
- [new] detailed transient control
- [new] freely adjustable adaptive release curves
- level detection modes: peak and ISP based on ITU 1770
- “real” oversampling, up to 8x
- stereo link
- [new] 2 stage design for better performance in ISP mode
- built-in clipper
- easy to use GUI
- large and accurate live meters
- all sample rates
- free for registered LA xLimit users
- demo version available
Note: This plugin adds latency to the audio path, which is usually compensated by DAW (PDC).