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LVC-Audio Clipped-MAX v2.0.2 [WiN, MacOSX]

LVC-Audio Clipped-MAX
Team R2R | 22 October 2019 | WiN: 6.4 MB | MAC: MB
Clipped-MAX is multifaced clipping tool designed for a wide range of mixing and mastering applications – from subtle to extreme. Clipped-Max includes 4 distinct clipping modules that can be rearranged to produce a variety of effects. Built into Clipped-MAX is minimal and linear phase oversampling that extends to 128x.

The modules for Clipped-MAX include SHIFTER, STEREO, M-BAND, and MASTER. The SHIFTER module is based on Clipped-MAX’s predecessor, ClipShifter. The clipping threshold can be dynamically altered based on the incoming signal. The STEREO module splits the incoming signal into mid and side channels, and each channel has separate clipping controls before being combined into left and right output signals.

The M-BAND module splits the signal into 2 to 6 different EQ bands for separate clipping. Each band’s clipping amount and clipping algorithm is separate and configurable. The MASTER module includes eleven different clipping algorithms, including an intersample peak option for monitoring and stopping intersample peaks.

Clipped-MAX Features

  • Resizable interface with changeable colors
  • Output metering - true peak and EBU options
  • AutoGain control for comparing processed and unprocessed sounds objectively
  • Minimum and Linear phase oversampling - up to 128x
  • Standard LVC-Audio features such as VU, peak, and RMS metering, FFT spectrum analyzer, stereo vectorscope, and Mix control

Version 2.0.2

  • Fix AU validation issue with certain versions of OS X
  • Improve spectrum analyzer accuracy
  • Add user option for selecting spectrum frames (higher resolution with larger FFT block sizes)

- Version 2.0.1

  • Add Gain control for each band within M-BAND
  • New button to enable/disable clipping indicator in wave display
  • New button to change input meter to clipping meter
  • New option to turn visualizations off
  • Fixed issue with frequency bands overlapping in M-BAND
  • General improvements to algorithm processing speed, FFT speed, and oversampling speed

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