3 Bass Enhancers In 1 Plug-In

Sound Magic releases Bass Lord VST for Windows      17/08/11

3 Bass Enhancers In 1 Plug-In


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Sound Magic has released the Bass Lord VST for Windows which they describe as 3 bass enhancers in 1. Here's the lowdown in Sound Magic's own words...
When you need to seriously boom your lows, Bass Lord, the bass enhancement technology used on many hit records, will be your ideal choice. Bass Lord combines three major technologies of bass enhancement.
  • Harmonic Bass Enhancer uses psycho-acoustics to calculate precise harmonics that are related to the fundamental tones of sound. When these harmonics are combined with the original one, it creates the effect of lower, deeper frequencies.
  • Linkwitz Bass Enhancement technology uses Linkwitz filter to regenerate bass frequency and then combine them with the original.
  • Resurrection Bass Enhancer analyzes the spectrum of Bass and then generates Bass frequency based on psycho-acoustics codes.
Bass Lord combined these three major technologies and provides a multi-purpose bass enhancement plug-in for those musicians who really need to enhance their bass. If you need a deeper, lower, natural sounding bass which you can really feel, you should not miss Bass Lord.
Bass Lord is provided as a VST effect under windows and an add-on for Supreme Pianos.
Features
  • Internal 64-bit floating point precision.
  • Extends perceived bass response to 20Hz
  • 4 sliders and 4 knobs allow you to make meticulous controls on your lows
  • Support up to 32Bit/384KHz resolution
Pricing and Availability:
29.90 Euros More information:

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