This dynamic processor tries to amplify the sound to a target audio level, but the amplification can be limited.
What the node does:
Amplifies the input signal based on an envelope follower (Attack / Release) to a target level (Target). By limiting the amplification (Max. Diff) we get a compression like effect.
I1: Input signal 1.
I2: Input signal 2.
IM: Input gain modulation [dB].
TM: Target level modulation [dB].
MMax: Maximum difference modulation [dB].
AM: Attack modulation [ms].
RM: Release modulation [ms].
OM: Output gain modulation [dB].
O1: Output signal 1.
O2: Output signal 2.
dB1: Amplification output of signal 1 [dB].
dB2: Amplification output of signal 2 [dB].
Lin1: Linear amplification output of signal 1.
Lin2: Linear amplification output of signal 2.
OI: Modulated input gain output [dB].
OT: Modulated target level output [dB].
OMax: Modulated maximum difference output [dB].
OA: Modulated attack time output [ms].
OR: Modulated release time output [ms].
OO: Modulated output gain output [ms].
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