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FULL Cakewalk Boost 11 Vst Plug In

FULL Cakewalk Boost 11 Vst plug in

If you are looking for a simple and effective way to increase the loudness and perceived quality of your mixes, you might want to check out the Cakewalk Boost 11 Vst plug in. This is a peak limiter that can be used as a mastering tool or as a bus effect to control the dynamics of your tracks. In this article, we will explain what Boost 11 does, how to use it, and where to download it for free.

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What is Boost 11?

Boost 11 is a limiter, which means it prevents the audio signal from exceeding a certain level. This can be useful to avoid clipping, distortion, and unwanted artifacts that can ruin your sound. Boost 11 is also a form of automatic gain controller, which means it adjusts the input and output levels to achieve a consistent and optimal loudness. By using Boost 11, you can make your mixes sound louder, fuller, and more professional without sacrificing the dynamic range and clarity of your audio.

Boost 11 has only two parameters: Input Gain and Ceiling. The Input Gain controls how much the audio signal is boosted before it reaches the limiter. The higher the Input Gain, the louder and more compressed the sound will be. The Ceiling controls the maximum output level that the limiter allows. The lower the Ceiling, the more headroom you will have for further processing or playback. You can use these two parameters to balance the loudness and dynamics of your mix according to your preference and needs.

How to use Boost 11?

Boost 11 is very easy to use. You can insert it on the master bus of your project or on any individual track that you want to limit. Here are some steps to follow:

  • Set the Ceiling to a value slightly below 0 dB (for example, -0.3 dB). This will prevent any clipping or distortion from occurring at the output stage.

  • Increase the Input Gain until you reach the desired loudness level. You can use a metering tool or your ears to judge how loud your mix sounds. You can also compare it with other reference tracks in your genre or style.

  • Adjust the Input Gain and Ceiling as needed until you are happy with the result. You can also bypass Boost 11 to hear how it affects your sound.

Remember that there is no one-size-fits-all setting for Boost 11. Each song will need different settings depending on its genre, style, mood, and purpose. You should always use your ears and musical judgment to decide what sounds best for your mix.

Where to download Boost 11?

Boost 11 is a plug-in that comes with Cakewalk by BandLab, a free digital audio workstation (DAW) that you can download from [here]. If you already have Cakewalk by BandLab installed, you can find Boost 11 in the VST Audio Effects category of the Plug-in Manager. However, by default, Boost 11 is excluded from scanning by Cakewalk. To enable it, you need to do the following:

  • Open Cakewalk by BandLab and go to Utilities / Plug-in Manager.

  • Click on VST Audio Effects (VST) and tick Show Excluded.

  • Find Boost 11 in the list and untick Exclude from Scan.

  • Click Apply and OK.

  • Restart Cakewalk by BandLab.

Now you should be able to use Boost 11 in your projects as a VST plug-in. Alternatively, you can also download Boost 11 as a standalone plug-in from [here]. This will allow you to use it in other DAWs that support VST plug-ins.


Boost 11 is a simple but effective peak limiter that can help you improve the loudness and quality of your mixes. It has only two parameters that are easy to adjust and understand. You can use it as a mastering tool or as a bus effect to control the dynamics of your tracks. You can download Boost 11 for free as part of Cakewalk by BandLab or as a standalone plug-in. Try it out and see how it can enhance your sound.


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