Brainworx bx_subsynth - Subharmonics Synthesizer Emulation Plug-In (Download)

Brainworx bx_subsynth - Subharmonics Synthesizer Emulation Plug-In (Download)

Brainworx bx_subsynth - Subharmonics Synthesizer Emulation Plug-In (Download)

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Brainworx bx_subsynth - Subharmonics Synthesizer Emulation Plug-In (Download)

Brainworx bx_subsynth - Subharmonics Synthesizer Emulation Plug-In (Download)

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  • Emulates dbx 120XP Subharmonic Processor
  • With Expanded Capabilities & Controls
  • Brings Out and Extends Bass Frequencies
  • Three Discrete Low-Frequency Bands
  • Tight Punch Control
  • Smooth/Harsh Edge Processing
  • Mono Maker Control
  • Four Banks of Fully Automatable Presets
  • AAX DSP, AAX Native, AU, VST2, VST3
  • Mac OS X, Windows
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The bx_subsynth plug-in from Brainworx faithfully emulates the sound and characteristics of the classic dbx 120XP subharmonic synthesizer, with expanded processing capabilities and controls. In addition to boosting bass frequencies, the plug-in generates sub-bass frequencies one octave below the signal you feed into it, leaving more space across the bass-frequency spectrum for other instruments, and enabling you to create a tight, clear, deep, and resonant bottom-end, without muddying your mix.

The bx_subsynth generates subharmonics in three discrete frequency bands, including a new high-bass band, which lets you bring down the fundamental frequency of higher-pitched instruments, including snare and acoustic guitar. The software also comes with innovative controls such as Tight Punch and Edge, for compressing or saturating your instruments, while adding punch and controlling excessive bass.

Other features include a Stereo Width control which lets you process only the mid channel or both left and right channels, and adjust stereo image from mono to wide. In addition, the Mono Maker function allows you to sum the bass band below a frequency of your choice, to ensure that your bass program is phase-coherent.

Features
  • Models the dbx 120XP Subharmonic Synthesizer’s elemental sound, with expanded processing capabilities and controls
  • Brings out and extends bass frequencies of music tracks, cinematic FX, and DJ sound systems
  • Separate controls independently boost synthesized subharmonics, in three bass-frequency bands – each can be soloed and features an output level meter
  • Helpful signal indicators show you at a glance which subharmonic bands to boost for most dramatic effect on different sources
  • A signal-boosting input trim for each bass-frequency band helps generate strong subharmonics, from dry bass signal that would otherwise be weak
  • Master volume knob controls summed subharmonics output level
  • Tight Punch provides resonant high-pass with adjustable cutoff frequency –  for accentuated punch while controlling excessive low end
  • Low End control adjusts total bass output for perfect balance with mid and high frequencies
  • Smooth and harsh Edge processing – can be shaped with low-cut and high-cut filters, and fine-tuned with individual controls
  • Mono Maker control sums bass band to mono below user-adjustable corner frequency
  • Stereo Width control adjusts stereo image from mono to wide stereo
  • Four fully automatable banks instantly recall alternate plug-in settings for A/B/C/D comparisons
Suggested Applications
  • Re-tune your drum tracks: Dial in higher subharmonics for rack toms and lower ones for floor tom – create pounding drum fills
  • Boost different subharmonics on a kick drum and bass guitar to separate their sounds in the mix, for increased clarity and punch
  • Add subterranean depth to sustained left-hand octaves on piano tracks
  • Automatically generate a perfectly synchronized bassline from the bottom strings played on an arpeggiated acoustic guitar track
  • Remastering engineers can add a fat bottom-end to thin vinyl masters or old tape recordings
  • Sound designers can pump up weak cinematic FX with thunderous lows
  • DJs can enhance their sound systems' low end to woofer-rumbling extremes
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System Requirements 2 GB RAM
Display resolution of 1440 x 900, 1280 x 960, or higher

Mac
Intel CPU only, 2.0 GHz or higher
Mac OS X 10.8 - 10.12
Host software that supports AAX DSP, AAX Native, Audio Units, VST2, or VST3 formats
Pro Tools 10.3.10 or higher, or any VST/VST3/AU-compatible host running on a supported operating system


Windows
Intel-compatible CPU with SSE2 instruction set (Pentium 4 compatible or higher), 2.0 GHz or higher
Windows 7 - 10
Host software that supports AAX DSP, AAX Native, AAX AudioSuite, VST2, or VST3 formats
Pro Tools 10.3.10 or higher, or any VST/VST3/AU-compatible host running on a supported operating system

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