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Nugen ISL - still ISPs?

So I just tried the NuGen ISL demo on a project.
When setting 0.0dB input gain and -0.1TPlim (LookAhead 2ms, release 10ms), I still get ISPs when checking with afclip.

Any idea?
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So I just tried the NuGen ISL demo on a project.
When setting 0.0dB input gain and -0.1TPlim (LookAhead 2ms, release 10ms), I still get ISPs when checking with afclip.

Any idea?
I don't experience any ISP leakage with ISL.

- Is ISL the last plug-in on the master bus?
- Are the stereo out and master faders set to 0.0 dB?
- Are you using normalize during bouncing? Don't.
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I don't experience any ISP leakage with ISL.
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- Is ISL the last plug-in on the master bus?
Yes
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- Are the stereo out and master faders set to 0.0 dB?
Yes
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- Are you using normalize during bouncing? Don't.
No.
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- Are you dithering during bouncing?

One way to confirm an ISP leak would be to put a True Peak meter after ISL.

I measure dBTP with ToneBoosters EBULoudness - a very accurate meter.

FYI - I am using the 64-bit AU version of ISL in Logic Pro.
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