Voxengo Elephant update version 3.3 is now available for download. Voxengo Elephant is a mastering limiter plug-in for professional music production applications, available in AudioUnit and VST plug-in formats, for Mac OS X, Windows XP and Windows Vista computers.
Version 3.3 update includes the following changes:
- "Radial" knob mode can be now disabled completely.
- "Off-Line Render" indication added.
- Global level metering parameters added.
- A/B switch visual appearance changed.
- Knob read-outs now require a single click for keyboard entry.
- Occasional crashes in WaveLab and other hosts fixed.
- Host sample rate switch-related problem fixed.
Elephant is a highly competitive plug-in for mastering applications: it features a variety of limiter modes that can be deeply customized, and a comprehensive set of level metering tools. Elephant's built-in linear-phase oversampling is a new standard in quality peak limiting and loudness maximization. Elephant limiter can be used for mixing and mastering of both stereo and multi-channel music and sound material, at any standard sample rate.
- Transparent signal limiting action
- 10 predefined limiter modes
- Limiter mode editor
- Optional release stage
- Noise-shaped bit-depth converter
- DC offset removal filter
- Multi-channel processing
- Internal channel routing
- Channel grouping
- Up to 8x linear-phase oversampling
- 64-bit floating point processing
- Preset manager
- Undo/redo history
- A/B comparisons
- Contextual hint messages
Voxengo Elephant is available on-line for USD 89.95. Voxengo Elephant demo can be downloaded at the Voxengo web site: http://www.voxengo.com/
Why do you need a "clear indication at +20 dB"? When you went above +4 dB you are already at a dangerous levels.
Peak hold and release time can be changed in the Settings window.
Clearly we are not understanding each other correctly.
In the K20 scale +20dB corresponds to 0 dBFS. Your K20 scale goes to +24, with no clear marker at +20. This makes it more difficult to aim at peaks of +20 dB without hitting the limiter too much (for classical material).
I do not see any reason why +4 dB is dangerous (peak, RMS I would kindof agree), this leaves 16 dB of headroom.
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