2 LIMITER PRO TIP

IT TURNS OUT 2 IS BETTER THAN 1

MAY 08, 2018

Getting a loud mix or at least a commercially competitive mix in terms of loudness can be hard. Especially when you're just starting out.

I often use two limiters on my mix buss or my main stereo output when I produce to make sure my mixes are always loud. Before we get ahead of ourselves, no I'm not a huge proponent of the never ending loudness wars, I just know if I show a client or a peer a mix and it's 4 dB quieter than the music they just listened to, they might think it lacks professionalism. 

You do have to be careful anytime you use a limiter on your master. You don't want to overdo it and you need to know how to mix into a compressor or limiter. But with the right settings, your mixes can be loud and clean. That's where using two limiters instead of one comes into play.

The video will teach you how to limit in stages for a more even, polished result, check it out below!

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