I have tested several limiters before I bought the PSP Xenon, including the L1/L2/L3, Izotope's Ozone, T-Racks, but the Xenon is by far the best I have heard because it sounds very clear and gets higher RMS levels than the others mentioned before you start hearing artifacts.

Accourding to the manual there is a treshold were further increasing the loudness via the input knob starts effecting the output with pumping effects.
I would like to have some tips or guides to find this threshold other than carefully listening. Is it possible to visually see when pumping occurs? I am using Wavelab 6, so could I us the PSP Vintage meter on the last slot to find the threshold?

I am asking this because recently I have mastered a track in Wavelab using PSP Xenon at the end of the chain and thought is was fine. However when visiting a friend and listening to it on his computer monitors, I could suddenly hear a very minor pumping effect in the quiter parts of the track. Obviously I have gone just a bit too far with the input knob.

Therefor is it possible to visually see in anyway when pumping occurs, whithout having to check the end result on different speakers?

Edited by BassKillah (02/06/08 10:42 AM)