YES, I know there is an output knob. But after experimenting I found that this is not a TRUE limit ceiling. The limiter still limits at 0db, then the output knob just lowers the total output level. It doesn't actually limit at (for example) a -0.50db output ceiling.
Is there some undocumented way to set a lower ceiling?
If not, this really should be added. It feels like Pro-L 2 has pretty much everything except a true output ceiling option. (Maybe the developers felt that would make it too much like a compressor?)
For now I have to use Sinus's old Peak Compressor 2 from 2007 to limit with a true output ceiling lower than 0 db. Ridiculous! ;)