Thought I’d give the V4 a try, mainly because of its Mode Editor features. You see, I’m one of those who is “breaking principles” by using Elephant not only as a mastering/bus limiter, but also as a track compressor; on guitars, bass and (my favorite) vocals. Many would ask why I do that, and my answer is because I want to and the plug lets me. I don’t care what the tool is designed to do, only what it can do (to almost quote a famous movie line).
Anyway: Downloaded and installed ...
One thing that really made me sad was that the V4’s In Gain upper limit value had been cut down to 24dB. On all my (earlier) projects I often use greater In Gain values.
What is the developers suggestion I do (if we look at it for backward compatibility reasons)? Stick with V3, or upgrade to V4 and “remix” every time I need to open an older project?
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