Bass Enhancement Plug-In On Its Way

Crysonic announce the imminent release of their all new newBV3 Sub-Harmonic Bass Enhancer      31/07/12
Bass Enhancement Plug-In On Its Way


Crysonic has announced the imminent release of their all new newBV3 Sub-Harmonic Bass Enhancer. Employing their new Psychoacoustics-based Enharmonic Bass Enhancement/ Generation and Replication Technology, newB V3 is their Next Generation product. A Crysonic spokesperson had this to say:
"newB V3 is the first of a new Breed of Audio Plugins which takes Analog simulation to the next level, both in looks and style providing true pro-grade results. It is a Bass Enhancer and Maximizer Audio DSP plug-in that can be used to apply from subtle to extreme bass enhancement and generation during Mastering, Mixing, Tracking and Live performance. 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 V3 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."

Pricing and Availability:
newB V3 will be available for both PC & Mac OSX platforms as VST and AU in both 32-bit and 64-bit on the 8th of August 2012 from the crysonic website. More information:
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MPS    Said...

They have never gotten back to me about why the new Spectralive does not work on my Windows machine. Worst customer support ever. Avoid!

31-Jul-12 08:46 AM


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