I work with Logic Pro 9. I record voice overs in my home studio and occasionally I have to yell when Iâ€™m auditioning for video games. Stuff like â€œopen fire!â€ at the top of my lungs. I used to record in a room that allowed me to get far away from the mic and yell. The wave form didnâ€™t go off the charts and the meter didnâ€™t peak and the output was fine. Now I have a whisper booth, so I canâ€™t back away from the mic. Can anyone suggest a way for me to control my input so that these loud vocals donâ€™t distort? FYI the signal is recorded with a Sennheiser 416 mic and runs thru a Golden Age Pre 73MKII (gain at -60, output at one oâ€™clock) and Apogee Maestro 2. Iâ€™ve made my voice a touch wet with Logic plugins: Compressor with ratio 3.1:1. AU Hipass, and Limiter 0.0dB â€“ if that helps, if not I can provide complete settings. BTW Iâ€™ve experimented with the compressorâ€™s Auto Gain at -12dB and that made a tiny difference. I use a MacBook Pro OS 10.7.5. Much appreciated.