Tighten Your Bass

Free VST keeps the bottom end tight and centered      28/10/08

Tighten Your Bass


The Sanford Bass Tightener is a spatial effect for tightening up the stereo spread. It allows you to set the frequencies below a certain specified frequency to mono, for example 120Hz, while allowing the higher frequencies to remain in stereo. Leslie Sanford say that this can help during mixing/mastering by keeping the the bass tight and centered and the higher range nice and wide.
Key Features
  • Low CPU usage
  • Four filter slopes
  • Four output modes
  • Adjustable bass amplitude
  • Adjustable stereo spread
Pricing and Availability:
Free download More information:
  • www.lesliesanford.com

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