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TDR Limiter 6 GE modular compressor & limiter effect plugin released


Tokyo Dawn Labs has launched TDR Limiter 6 GE, a modern dynamics compression and limiting toolkit.

The plugin features six specialized modules that can be arranged in variable order: Dynamics Compressor, Clipper, High Frequency Limiter, Peak Limiter, Output Protection Limiter, True Peak and EBU Loudness Meter.

Together, they cover a remarkable range of applications from delicate loudness control, to brutal “brick-walling” and creative mix bus crunching.

TDR Limiter 6 GE

Each module offers dedicated control over different types of events, from macro to micro, and allows you to determine the signal path. Combined wisely they can greatly increase the perceived loudness of a mix while preserving superior musical fidelity, punch, and excitement.

With its appealing visual aesthetic, the advanced true peak and EBU R128 compliant loudness metering section gives a detailed insight into the signal’s dynamics. The equal loudness bypass will also make sure the operators’ aural perception isn’t tricked from any loudness differences.

A collection of sensible starting points allows for quick, yet precise loudness maximization. If needed, a wide range of options offer endless creative possibilities for getting that optimal setting. Going further, Limiter 6 also enables the operator to build his personal take loudness maximization, bus processing and much more.

Limiter 6 GE is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX), priced at 50 EUR.

More information: Tokyo Dawn Labs / TDR Limiter 6 GE

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I love vlads plugins… Always amazing, and own all his TDR releases, the only down side is they seriously lack optimization once Tokyo Dawn release them. if they could really minimize the cpu hit (which i’m convinced comes from the UI refresh? could be totally wrong tho) these would be the go to for everything. As it is, they are a nice tool to try if you can afford the cpu, or you find yourself choosing less intensive alternatives and wishing you could use them. Still, if you are happy to freeze and commit tracks on the regular, you’ll be… Read more »