Brainworx‘s latest synthesizer named bx_subsynth was inspired by the dbx 120XP Subharmonic Synthesizer, which generates new sub-frequencies based on the incoming signal.
The center of bx_subsynth is accordingly the subharmonic generator, where the user can create and raise three sub-frequency ranges.
Trim and Mix controls ensure that sub-frequency adjustment can be tuned down to the last detail.
Already with these tools, you can spice up thin kickdrums just by a thick foundation, which sounds as natural as if it had always been there.
But you can also exaggerate the bass gain quickly, a cautious approach to bx_subsynth is a must.
If pure bass amplification is not enough, the parallel saturation string can help.
This produces harmonic overtones that give the bass or the entire signal a pleasant texture.
The M / S matrix on the input can even be used to enrich stereo signals and at the same time keep them clean with the Mono Maker.
Compared to working with equalizers bx_subsynth is clearly in the advantage, because the many sophisticated features ensure that only the bass is screwed and nowhere else.
It is clear that bx_subsynth without hesitation in the standard toolbox for the production and the Mixing will be hiking.
This great plugin works as AAX DSP, AAX Native, AU, VST2, VST3 on both Windows and MAC hosted apps.
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You can also see other great synth releases first announced here on ProducerSpot:
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- Solina Redux Synthesizer Released by SONiVOX
- Stratum Software Synthesizer Released by Sonivox