i'd be very grateful i someone could putt some light on the limiter and how is it used. Can't really wrap my head around it. Get coufused by the -db indicator by treshold setting. How do I know at what level I should start limiting if I don't see to what level top peaks go. I have to check the levels in different software or is there a meter in audiomulch (apart form the tiny meter on the limiter.
But what i'm actually trying to achieve. I have this track, it doesn't go over -30 dB, but in a few places theres is a door slam and for a very short time the level rises to -18dB.
I'd like to use the limiter to limit the door slams to about -24dB or even more like 28dB. How do I set up the limiter for such a scenario?
just one more thing that is confusing to me. The In display on the limiter. In Audiomulch help it sais that the In meter dispalys "the level of the incoming signal AFTER Input Gain has been applied." Shouldn't that result in higher picks/higher green bars when i move the "input gain" slider? In my case there is no difference between no input gain and full input gain. even if I move the slider to -144dB the green bars still go up and down. Doesn't it mean that the meter displays the level of incoming singal BEFORE Input Gain has been applies? Can someone on clarify?