Peaking

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When a signal exceeds a specific level such that it produces distortion. If the input signal to a mixer is too high, it will light the "peak" or "OL" (overload) LED (light emitting diode) to tell the operator it must be turned down. Most devices incorporate a peak light whose circuitry monitors the level at several points in the audio circuitry. Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary


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