[PD] limiter questions

Derek Holzer derek at umatic.nl
Wed Aug 26 10:10:32 CEST 2009

Hey Frank,

I was curious his reasons, but no value judgment implied ;-)

I figured either he wanted to stay Vanilla or he was experimenting with 
building from low level objects as an exercise.

Actually it's past time that I take a spin through rj-library just to 
see how things are handled with only vanilla. If only there was time... 

Does the rj-lib limiter do everything in audio domain, or does it also 
use [env~]?


Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Hallo,
> Derek Holzer hat gesagt: // Derek Holzer wrote:
>> 1) Is there any reason not to use [limiter~] (i.e. to stay Vanilla)?
> Staying vanilla can be a pretty good reason e.g. if you want your patch to run
> on RjDj, too. OTOH the rj-library already contains a (vanilla) limiter with
> [e_dynproc] which also acts as noisegate, compressor and expander.
> Ciao

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