Limiter SPECIAL ends soon
I just made a quick video to illustrate how to get started with Limited-MAX. The video shows how the auto-learn control is used to get the proper input signal.
Limited-MAX & Limited-T Released!
It has taken a long time, but LVC-Audio is happy to announce the release of two new plugins: Limited-MAX and Limited-T. Both plugins are limiters, but they take two different approaches.
Limited-MAX is a mastering limiter with all of the bells and whistles. This includes dithering controls, mid/side processing, k-metering options, and inter-sample peak metering. What makes Limited-MAX unique is that it dynamically switches limiting between three different processes to accomplish a transparent sound. This includes some borrowed technology from ClipShifter to handle tough transient peaks. All controls to the dynamic algorithm processing are configurable through an X/Y control interface and display.
Limited-T is geared for buss limiting. In some respects, it is a slimmed-down version of Limited-MAX; however, Limited-T adds a host of vintage features to add glue to busses and individual tracks. Using the same amp modeling features found on PreAMPed, Toned, and TonedPLUS, Limited-T has 5 selectable amp models. Additionally, Limited-T extends “vintage modeling” by simulating many of the unique hardware characteristics found in analog limiters and compressors.
Limited-MAX is priced at $64.95 USD, and Limited-T is priced at $29.95. For a limited time, both plugins can be purchased together for the price of $70.00. More information about purchasing can be found on the Purchase page.
For any questions or comments, please leave a message on the Contact page.
This is not the best quality (of audio or video), but here is a quick demo of the new mastering limiter, Limited-MAX. The audio is a quick song demo I made a few years ago, without any buss compression. It is probably not the greatest audio demo to use, but at least it is mine and I don’t have to worry about copyright.
The video also includes the excellent MLoudnessAnalyzer from Melda Production to get a sense of the loudness changes.
I hope everyone had a great 2014, and I hope 2015 will be even better.
I am looking forward to more new LVC-Audio stuff, including two new limiters that will be released shortly.
In the meantime, please enjoy 40% off all plugins until January 12th.
For everyone that celebrates Thanksgiving: Happy Thanksgiving!!!
For everyone that doesn’t: Happy fourth Thursday in November!!!
Have fun, eat and drink lots (or not, your preference), and remember that everything is currently 50% off on the Purchase page.
Most mastering limiters allow users to select from a few different algorithms. I am trying something new with the upcoming LVC Mastering Limiter. I will let users select/create their own “algorithm” by using an XY pad. Changing the position of the control changes the sound of the limiter by changing how it responds and deals with transients. It is hard to see from the picture below, but the lights within the XY control show you how the limiter is responding to the incoming signal.
More testing to come, but so far so good…and get ready for a holiday sale!!!
Rekkerd is currently running a giveaway for LVC-Audio plugins. You can win a copy of any LVC-Audio plugin of your choice. Five contestants will win.
To enter the contest for a chance to win, visit LVC-Audio Giveaway and leave a comment. The contest ends on October 31, so visit the page soon and enter a comment for your chance to win.
It seems to be that there are strong opinions about the retro knobs on most of the LVC-Audio plugins. Either people like them, or they hate them with a passion. I don’t know why there is such a split.
I decided to take a little time and come up with a new concept. What about something a little more modern and simplistic like this?
I still need to make corresponding switches and multi-select buttons, but I am thinking that I like the sleek look.