Names must be submitted by September 4th at 11:59 pm.
We need your help. We’re about to release a new plugin, but we are terrible at coming up with names. We want you to name it for us.
How to Submit Names
Just leave a comment on this page. You can leave as many comments as you like, and you can submit as many names in a single comment as you like.
There is just 1 rule: you can have conversations through replies, but please have conversations through replies only. Leave main comments for name submissions only. We’ll remove any conversational posts that aren’t replies. It’s not that we don’t like you, it’s just that we need to keep in clean.
About the Plugin
For the sake of consistency, I’ll call this plugin Limitator for now. I expect your ideas to be better than that.
Limitator is is a brick wall limiter designed with one thing in mind: Make your mixes loud without screwing up your mix. No matter what side of the loudness wars you’ve decided to plant yourself on, the need to make mixes loud for clients isn’t going away any time soon.
But nothing drives me more nuts than listening to all my hard work turn to garbage when pushing the mix loud. That’s why we made this plugin. We wanted a mastering limiter that lets you push your mixes loud and still keep the punch in your drums and keep your tonality intact.
We’ve been working on this one for a long time, and we’re finally ready to let it loose.
- Dual Limiting Modes
- Huge variety of styles with simple interface
- Insanity Check normalizes your level so you can compare your original sound with the compressed sound without introducing a level change.
- Up to 8x oversampling to prevent intersample peaks.
- Dithering, because… Why not?