This is old news for Scope DSP users, but it's nice to see that Native has such options now.
Also worth noting, is having a device where the sheer power of a real Analog synth routed into a Scope Project Window usually is tough to tame, and using Limiting is not desirable.
Simply have the MIDI CCs of the Analog synth sent into the MIDI Device, then using the velocity from a virtual synth, where a hand drawn curve can be used, to tame the real Analog. That's another way of MIDI Sidechaining which works better than using a Compressor IMHO...
The Compressor works but brings down the low end of the real Analog synth too drastically. MIDI is way more accurate as you can monitor the Velocity numbers visually, and make incremental adjutments.
The only downfall to this is the immediate snap is gone, and has a natural attack as the CCs are routed back into the Analog MIDI input.
But once it's streaming, it's heavenly.
But this is no biggie in a studio, but live is a real treat.