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Old 06-27-2019, 02:03 AM   #1
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Default TLs Pocket Limiter , a native Linux 64 bit VST plugin



An oldie.... with a different look..
Why? Because the toolbar underneath got a minimum width.

I also added a "ceiling" parameter. (the vertical slider to the left of the vu meter)

The "IQ" button will affect the "knee" parameter where it will try to make
the brickwall limiter a bit cleaner and not pump as much.

Linux 64bit

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Old 06-27-2019, 03:29 AM   #2
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Wow, nice, was using this one on windows a lot, dunno, 15 years ago or even more ??? Nice to see it is still kickin'
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Old 06-27-2019, 03:32 AM   #3
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Yup... there are lots of stuff hiding on the harddrives...
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Old 06-27-2019, 03:35 AM   #4
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They coming one by one. Thank you so much for these excellent plugins. Havent played with them yet so much, but as read from others i know they are gooood!

Love your GUI of choice.

Thanks again (thumbs Up)

Wasnt you active on VST Forum (Swedish) a way back? Bornemark and Company.
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Old 06-27-2019, 03:39 AM   #5
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Wasnt you active on VST Forum (Swedish) a way back? Bornemark and Company.
Yes.. while it existed.. even went to a VST forum meeting in Jönköping.
After that I was on the Studio Forum (oops.. should be "Kontrollrummet")... and then I became a hermit.. (facebook)

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Old 06-27-2019, 03:46 AM   #6
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Yes.. while it existed.. even went to a VST forum meeting in Jönköping.
After that I was on the Studio Forum... and then I became a hermit.. (facebook)
Happens to alot of people, the Facebook Nightmare. I was offline over 3 years and I didnt miss it. When we moved to Jämtland I activated the account...same shit still.

One question if you don't mind:

You don't have a channel strip plugin laying around similar to Studio One' Fat Channel? Eq, Gate and compressor in the same plugin.
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One question if you don't mind:

You don't have a channel strip plugin laying around similar to Studio One' Fat Channel? Eq, Gate and compressor in the same plugin.
Nope... but I was fooling around with a gate for a while.. thanks for the reminder.
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Old 06-27-2019, 04:47 AM   #8
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Damn these are nice, just tested the compressor last night and it sounds great. Now looking forward to test this one too.

thanks so much for these goodies
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Old 06-27-2019, 07:15 AM   #9
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An oldie.... with a different look..
Why? Because the toolbar underneath got a minimum width.

I also added a "ceiling" parameter. (the vertical slider to the left of the vu meter)

The "IQ" button will affect the "knee" parameter where it will try to make
the brickwall limiter a bit cleaner and not pump as much.
Super cool Daniel. Thanks so much for turning the world on with your plugins. Is Pocket Limiter more efficient than the 3113 limiter, like in the case of having 6 of them on individual acoustic drum channels?

Also, in my initial testing I'm not seeing any effect with the new ceiling parameter. If I pull it down all the way, shouldn't I see massive limiting? Thanks again for all these great plugins!
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Super cool Daniel. Thanks so much for turning the world on with your plugins. Is Pocket Limiter more efficient than the 3113 limiter, like in the case of having 6 of them on individual acoustic drum channels?

Also, in my initial testing I'm not seeing any effect with the new ceiling parameter. If I pull it down all the way, shouldn't I see massive limiting? Thanks again for all these great plugins!
The Pocket Limiter is lighter and cleaner than the 3113 Limiter.

The ceiling is just to trim the absolute top of the signal going from 0db to -0.6db. It is like when you normalize and do not want the peaks all the way up to 0db where it could trigger a clip light if too hot.
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The Pocket Limiter is lighter and cleaner than the 3113 Limiter.

The ceiling is just to trim the absolute top of the signal going from 0db to -0.6db. It is like when you normalize and do not want the peaks all the way up to 0db where it could trigger a clip light if too hot.
OK cool! I'm glad you added that then because REAPER likes to call peaks just a fraction before it goes over zero, which has always bugged me. With the Windows brickwall limiter I used with REAPER I always had to set it to hold the line at -1db where when I used the same plugin in Sonar setting it to limit at 0db would prevent peak indicators from illuminating.

I did back to back tests with the 3113 and Pocket Limiters and found with 6 of them on drums, I see about a 1% difference in CPU use on REAPER's performance meter. Thanks again for all the cool stuff!
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