Sibilance-Settings

Relative Threshold: Set the threshold for the level that each Sibilant must have in order to be recognized. The threshold is relative to the set Target Loudness. For example => Target Loudness = -24 dB, relative threshold = -10dB = -34dB real threshold.

Range: Determines the attenuation.

Transition speed: The fade-in and fade-out duration.

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Breath-Settings

Relative Threshold: Set the threshold for the level that each breath must have in order to be recognized. The threshold is relative to the set Target Loudness. For example => Target Loudness = -24 dB, relative threshold = -10dB = -34dB real threshold.

Range: Determines the attenuation.

Transition speed: The fade-in and fade-out duration.

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Vox-Gate

Fade in / Fade out: Use the left and right lines to set the fade duration.

Reductions: Click on the line at the bottom and move it to set the reductions.

Minimum noise length: Specifies the length that the noise must have in order to be detected as such.

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Gain-Levelling

Smooth: Reduces gain increases based on the average loudness of the signal.

Pre-Filter: Takes into account the dB(A), dB(B), or dB(C) filter curve when leveling.

Avoid Clipping: By setting high target loudness values, each clipping peak gets reduced. (Includes True Peak limiting.)

Gain Range: Limits the gain leveling automation curve when reducing or increasing.

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