If you are hoping that after normalising your LP transfers they will sound as loud as more modern sources (such as CD), then you will probably be disappointed. Old LPs typically have far less dynamic range compression than modern masterings, so your LP transfers will still sound quieter than CDs. If you want to balance that out, you'll either have to apply some DR compression to the LP transfers, or adjust the volume of the CD rips downwards. The latter option is preferable, as it does not mangle the dynamics.
can i use a limiter vst like l2 of waves to correct the problem of level and clipping ?
i just want to solve the problem of level, the matter is that i got a low level sound if i use the file that i save/render as, and on the raw files i got a peak at 0.0db
and i don't know if it damage my speakers or not.
i don't want use compressor
the other problem is to split the files and keep the level the same. i'm a bit lost.