Add More Bass

Crysonics launch newB sub harmonic bass enhancer plug-in      21/02/07

Add More Bass


Crysonic have announced the release and availability of a new VST, newB. They tell us that newB is a bass enhancer and maximizer VST plug-in, based on aural acoustics, that can be used to apply from subtle to extreme bass enhancement and generation during Mastering, Mixing, Tracking and Live performance.
Crysonic say that newB increases the perceived amount of bass by adding / mixing specific sub-harmonic content from the original bass, thereby allowing our brains to hear lower-frequencies than may exist in the original audio material. The newB process conceptually enhances the bass performance of high and low quality consumer speaker systems ranging from Hi-fi to multimedia speakers found in products such as laptops.
newB main features
  • 5 Bass Presence settings
  • Original bass can be mixed in 100% or totally replaced
  • Variable from wide to narrow band high-pass crossover filter for generating sub-harmonics
  • Extremely easy and intuitive GUI
  • Mastering, Mixing, Tracking, Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Virtual Instruments and Live
  • 24bit/96Khz audio support
  • Highly optimized custom DSP code
Applications
  • Add bass sub-harmonics to enhance the perceived bass response of speakers
  • Sharpen, shape, augment and rectify the bass content without effecting other instruments
  • Extend the perceived frequency response of a speakers beyond their limits
  • Enhance Bass presence during live performances
Pricing and Availability:
$26.00 launch special limited time offer (normally $34.95>
$19.95 to previous customers
More information:



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