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JST Finality Advanced
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JST Finality Advanced

Software limiter from JST belonging to the Finality series.

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Mike Levine

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1 Posted on 02/04/2016 at 18:00:56
Limiting Unlimited
A track with too wide a dynamic range can cause problems when mixing. Rather than using automation to smooth out the levels, which is very time consuming, a compressor or limiter can do it for you automatically. The Finality Advanced limiter plug-in from Joey Sturgis Tones gives you a versatile tool set for taming dynamics, and it adds some pleasing sonic coloration, as well.

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Joey Sturgis

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2 Posted on 02/05/2016 at 06:05:45
The video manual on the product page serves as a manual and also reveals the location of the PDF manual.

The color control is tied to threshold know so various threshold levels will give you various levels of color.
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