Hi, Did a search here and didn't come across anything recent so I thought I'd ask. Even though it's probably a forbidden topic. I find myself in situations where I'm wearing multiple hats as conductor and engineer (and performer sometimes too) I know I can set levels low and make up some of the gain later, but I'm contemplating putting a limiter on the front end of my main stereo pair when I record a large orchestra/ choir/ band concert and can't monitor levels. As with many amateur groups, the levels on a sound check or in rehearsals are not the same as in performance. Do any of you use a limiter with a very high floor to handle those peaks and if so are there brands you would recommend? If I set the levels too low I have a difficult time getting the eventual CDs loud enough without compression changing the characteristics of the entire piece. I've got a colleague retiring and I'd like to get some nice audio out of the gig, but I know I'll be busy and want to set levels in advance. Phil Thoughts or options?