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After a bit of development time, we are pleased to announce the release of Elephant 1.2--a transparent mastering limiter in PC VST format.

This newer version implements two so called AIGC (Automatic In Gain Control) modes.  AIGC automatically adjusts the specified In Gain value delivering a much more clean limiting than you can get with the default mode without the AIGC enabled.  Even though AIGC can give a cleaner sound, at high In Gain settings it can create a slight pumping effect.  In most cases pumping AIGC mode creates is not perceived like a classical unpleasant volume pumping.  AIGC's pumping is generally more ear-friendly, it mostly follows the program material's flow.

Elephant's features:

  • Transparent limiting action
  • Gain reduction VU meters
  • 3 limiting modes
  • 7 speeds for various styles of music
  • Built-in bit depth converter
  • Automatic attack and release
  • DC removal filter
  • "A-to-B" comparisons
  • Factory presets
  • Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing modes
  • Sample rates up to 96 kHz
  • 64-bit internal precision

To get more information and downloads you can visit the Voxengo website:

Hi Aleksey,

I am a bit confused as there is actually no more beta version to download.

Is Elephant 1.2 newer than beta 1.2d?



Yes, of course.  Versions with a letter denote a prerelease versions.  And then when letter disappears, we have the final version, with the same numbering.

OK, thanks Aleksey.

I always thought after 1.2a, 1.2b ...  1.2x, 1.2y would come 1.3 ;-)




I have to agree with teacue.  I was also expecting a version 1.3.  But thanks anyway.  Will try straight away.

In fact, I'm using that scheme for a pretty long time already.  I don't see any problem as long as this scheme applies to all updates.  Anyways, thanks for comments!
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