Acronym for Low-Frequency Oscillator. This is an oscillator, normally oscillating below 20Hz, acting as a modulation source applied to another signal. The waveshape of the LFO can often be selected as sine, square, triangular or sawtooth waveform.
This is a variation on a Compressor that uses a compression ratio of 10:1 or larger. Limiters are used to stop a signal exceeding a certain preset level. See our article Compression by following the link below.
+8 dBm (1.95 volts RMS), Broadcast
+4 dBm (1.23 volts RMS), Pro Recording
-10 dBv (310 millivolts RMS), Alternative Pro Recording