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OT: brickwall

While we already had the "brickwall limiting doesn't exist in the analogue
world" discussion a few days back (I firmly believe it could exist by using
longer cables in your main signal path ;), there is on the cheap front the
discontinued Alesis NanoLimiter, which has a very characteristic sound you
may or may not like. Then there are the older Behringer Composers which
sound quite fine if you combine the compressor and limiter section in a
meaningful way.

> does anybody know of a good (.. and cheap?) brickwall limiter 
> for preventing clips when recording into the line-in of a 
> soundcard... I'm assuming here, this can't be done via 
> software... thanks, ral.