iOS peak clipper plug-in?

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iOS peak clipper plug-in?

Post by dovgoldman »

Hi,

Has anyone found an IOS peak clipper plug-in?

Even better, has anyone found one that’s worth using?

Thanks,
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Re: iOS peak clipper plug-in?

Post by Folderol »

Don't know anything about this stuff, but I would have thought you'd get more response in the Mac Music forum.

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I'm assuming a plugin is not the same as an App.
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Re: iOS peak clipper plug-in?

Post by dovgoldman »

Appreciate the thought.

My DAW is on an iPad, not a Mac. Some of the publishers (like FabFilter and DDMF) who have Mac, Windows AND iOS plug-ins. However, plug-ins have to be built or ported for iOS. Mac plug-ins are not compatible.

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Re: iOS peak clipper plug-in?

Post by dovgoldman »

No, a “plug-in” is not an “app.”

A plug-in on any platform (at least in this context) is an audio effect or Midi processing tool. Common plug-ins are equalizers, compressors, limiters, reverbs, delays, etc. Plug-ins are usually loaded into a digital audio workstation, commonly called a DAW.

I hope that helps.
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