Four Creative Dynamics Solutions
for Fast, Musical Dynamic Control
MaxxVolume’s quartet of dynamics processors is the key to maximum sonic impact. The Low-Level Compressor brings up detailed sounds, like room tone or a voice’s human qualities. To increase intensity, the High-Level Compressor tames excessive dynamics and unwanted peaks.
Leveler maintains consistent levels for voice, instruments, and soundtracks, while the Gate keeps out bothersome low-level noise. No other plugin covers as many facets of dynamics control.
More than Just Louder—Better
Bring Out Dynamic Detail
The Low-Level Compressor emphasizes the lower-level details in any audio, like the body tone of a piano or guitar, room sound with drums, the intimate character of vocals—even backgrounds in field recordings.
Pull Back the Peaks
The High-Level Compressor, based on the time-tested Renaissance Vox, uses traditional compression techniques to tame excessive peaks. It’s perfect for when you want sounds to stand out instead of jump out.
Level the Playing Field
The Leveler resurrects leveling amps for musical purposes. Originally used to keep a consistent level for broadcast, the Leveler evens out different levels—great for buses, masters, and vocalists who lack mic technique.
Gate Away the Noise
Bringing up low-level sounds you want can also bring up low-level sounds you don’t want—like hum, hiss, and room rumble. The Gate provides gentle downward expansion, which avoids gating’s sometimes abrupt effect.
Simplify Your Workflow
With MaxxVolume, you needn’t assemble a chain of multiple dynamics processors to obtain your desired results. Even better, the straightforward user interface, with extensive metering, makes tweaking fast and easy.