[linux-audio-user] jamin: lookahead_limiter_const_1906.so ?

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Fri Apr 30 15:39:00 EDT 2004

The only difference between the one you're using now and the one it
can't find is latency.  They're both brick-wall limiters.  You don't
want anything over 0dB passing through.


On Fri, 2004-04-30 at 15:02, derek holzer wrote:
> Ron,
> R Parker wrote:
> > Derek, I think you can ignore that error. Does JAMin
> > start and do you have a working limiter?
> Of course, yes it starts, but I wondered what limiter it chooses then? A 
> hard limiter, or the other lookahead limiter? Checking the flattened 
> peaks of some of my Jamin-processed files, I might almost think it is a 
> hard, brickwall limiter.
> d.
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