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Purchased.

Previous discussions put it on my radar.  Thanks, all.

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Thanks for the heads-up!  Out of curiosity, are there any comparable plugins out there that have similar capabilities as this plugin? Just curious.

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Highly recommended…simple but very useful.  I’ve heard someone mention they used mcompare but simple is best.

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12 minutes ago, kevin H said:

Highly recommended…simple but very useful.  I’ve heard someone mention they used mcompare but simple is best.

Oh, okay.  Good to know.  Thanks!

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3 hours ago, Lionel said:

Thanks for the heads-up!  Out of curiosity, are there any comparable plugins out there that have similar capabilities as this plugin? Just curious.

Before, I was using a Hornet plugin that has the autogain feature (many of them have it).

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13 hours ago, Lionel said:

Thanks for the heads-up!  Out of curiosity, are there any comparable plugins out there that have similar capabilities as this plugin? Just curious.

https://www.tbproaudio.de/products/ablm
 

also very good, there’s a free one for reaper if I remember EDIT: just seen price of 49E, seems high for a utility plugin. Stick with Gainmatch, so good

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13 hours ago, Lionel said:

Thanks for the heads-up!  Out of curiosity, are there any comparable plugins out there that have similar capabilities as this plugin? Just curious.

The LetiMix video show some of the other competitors here --> https://youtu.be/cMZm4n4IDAw?t=33

 

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Poor man's Gainmatch...

Place a reliable meter before your effects, and after...
if the meters don't match, adjust the output volume on the last plugin in your
chain until they do.  If you want to ensure proper levels, you
can do this for each plugin you place in the FX bin to ensure that
the gain is proper going into, and coming out of each plugin.  It's more
work...but it's FREE!

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