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The ML4000 is a high-resolution limiter and multi-band dynamics processor designed for music, mastering, post, and live sound. The ML4000 is two plug-ins: - ML1 – mastering limiter - ML4 – multi-band Gate, Expander, and Compressor fed into the ML1 mastering limiter The ML1 mastering limiter uses a flexible brick wall look-ahead design coupled with multiple stages of limiting for superior peak detection. The unique Knee and Mode controls allow the ML1 to handle any kind of material with a variety of responses ranging from transparent to aggressive. The ML4 multi-band dynamics processor includes a 4-band Gate, Expander (upwards or downwards), and Compressor fed into the same limiter algorithm found in the ML1. Each band’s Gate, Expander, and Compressor can be configured separately or linked together. Steep 24 dB/Oct crossover filters minimize signal leakage into adjacent bands. Multiple real-time metering options in each band allow quick visualization of all signal dynamics. The ML4 crossover page shows the overall frequency response in real-time of the input, output, or total dynamics effect, on top of the graphically adjustable crossover frequencies. Accurate output adjustment is fast and simple with output ceiling control, large meters, and meter level text readouts. The ML4000 provides outstanding results with an intuitive user interface, flexible design, and powerful set of algorithms. Formats Native v6: AAX Native, AU, VST

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McDSP V5 Available 12/8/10 - AU Support, etc.

...where a colored limiter is needed. I can understand that people like it thumbsup Guess I just favor the more transparent ML4000 for the master. I have no idea actually. Haven't heard anything so I assume nothing is new there.

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New DMG Audio Limiter - Limitless!

...hear what you got and compare it to/with the McDSP AE400 unit which is really good as well as the ML4000. Marckfhkh

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large format analog LIVE board for studio use?

Old thread I know, but I just bought a 40ch ML4000 (dirt cheap) that came from a church outside of Nashville. I'm in the process of building a new studio and won't be able to plug it in for a few months. That kinda puts a fire under my tail to get busy! My...

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