The Limiter effect prevents the sound from exceeding the set output level. This can be used to avoid clipping in following effects, for example.

The input and output meters indicate the level before and after the Limiter. The Gain Reduction meter in the middle indicates the current attenuation of the level.


Adjusts the input level of the sound. By increasing the input level, you can drive the sound more and more into limiting.


Sets the maximum output level of the sound.


Sets the time that the gain needs to return to its original level. The longer the release time, the longer it takes to return to the original level.


This parameter is not available if the Auto button is activated.


Activate this to set the release time automatically. The Limiter analyzes the input sound continuously to find the optimal setting.