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In the line of Tony and 1NN's answers, an option that offers power without cost is a free DAW or DAW trial, like Reaper. If you're at all techy, create a virtual audio cable and set Zoom's speakers to its input. Then create a project in Reaper with a single track whose "mic" input is the virtual audio cable's output. Monitor the track, and keep the ...


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What you're looking for is a Automatic Level Control (ALC), sometimes also named Automatic Volume Control (AVC). This is a circuit which limits the level of the audio output: it will lower the level of all audio above some threshold to the threshold level. There are standalone units, here is a radom one , but sometimes amplifiers also have an ALC ...


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If you have Windows with a Realtek Audio driver, there is a setting for Loudness Equalization. Loudness "equalization" was the MS term. Such that increasing the volume above a certain point does not affect the output volume for a given sound source. There are individual volume sliders for each application in the "Mixer" as well as ...


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If you have a Windows computer, you can try to limit the peak level for your output by using SoundLock. There may be an equivalent program for the Scottish computer. The directions are on the site. You set the maximum volume you wish and the gain is clipped at levels above that setting. You can find a myriad of other solutions for LIMITING gain, volume, etc. ...


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