My only one wish:
Audio limiter(like in audio editors) for microphone audio signal, in order to avoid audio clipping, when the signal is too loud (user yells or speaks too loudly).
It will be much better than to correct errors in audio editors, because with the limiter on, there will be no audio cliping.
It's much better than every time to adjust the microphone volume level for different needs - for quiet or loud talking, and etc. ..
If it is difficult to achieve, then....
Something like "Dynamic microphone volume level", with fast response/attack(the response/attack should not be too large, otherwise it will be low efficiency), when the level is approaching a certain high value dB(for example, 0 dB and higher), then microphone level is reducing, when the level is too small, it increases to a certain level.
As a result, we should get rid of the sound clipping from microphone and manual adjustment of the input level(when talking quiet or loud).
And even better, if the function is to maintain a certain stable microphone volume level, increasing(quiet talking) or decreasing(loud talking) wherever it is required.
Or if achievable and this and that, then DMVL + Limiter, because limiter that protects from the microphone volume clipping, DMVL should work with low signal level only, ie only increase when the level is low.
Though I personally do not know whether it is realizable.
But in some audio editors, these functions(while recording with the microphone) are present.
Last edited by Buffometer
on Thu Oct 23, 2014 6:31 pm, edited 2 times in total.