Thanks a lot for your time!
I think that for a quick process that doesn't involves realtime dynamics, parallel processing, nor a dedicated mix fine tuning for that specified "processor" the outcome was very good.
For this particular examples the clean boost did a great job, RMS went from -13 to -9, character got enhanced in a pleasant unobstructive way, and all this without using ENV, Dry/Wet, EQ, and Filter.
EDIT: I just focused on the mix's first seconds. Having full drums/percs with bass and some pad/fx are more than enough. There are some percussions later with fast transients that are going to high, those should be treated on the mix not on the mastering, that's why there is no point to focus after the first seconds for measuring/compare.
Now I'm sure this device can be used on my live performance's master Bus to enhance the sound and gain some RMS, or in other words as a quick mastering device for my live performance.