ADSR are offering 65% off the SubBass Doctor 808 and Mirror bundle, now only $50.40 (worth $144.00).
SubBass Doctor 808
Treating the lowest frequencies is not an easy task. And in some listening environments, it is almost impossible. If you mix while travelling or your mixing room or your system is not 110% perfect, you should see the doctor. Namely SubBass Doctor 808.
We all want the pumping subs that shake the body. But without the right treatment, they can get out of control. Although they are inaudible in some environments, wrongly mixed low frequencies can even destroy big PA systems.
You may want to mix while travelling, you may be producing a home studio. Your monitors do not deliver the lowest frequencies right or your room is perhaps not 100% acoustically treated. In all these cases you should search for the Doctor.
SubBass Doctor 808 is a safety net for all mentioned above. It filters the harmful frequencies and guards the lowest basses not to exceed the healthy limit.
As SubBass Doctor 808 steals something from the low end, it compensates the loss in healthy sub frequencies ensuring you don’t lose even a little bit of the sub-bass power.
To accentuate the low frequencies and to add extra warmth SubBass Doctor 808 adds pleasant parallel saturation. This helps the sub-bass to set off and astonish the audience.
Imagine a plugin that sees the future. It reverses your audio, applies effects and plays it back before the event even begins. This plugin would automatically create the much-loved reverse reverb and snare effects in seconds, allowing you to focus on the sound, not the process.
Well, that is JMG Mirror – the world’s first reverse negative delay.
Mirror needs time to record your audio into the buffer before reversing it and playing back before your original sound. This causes latency, which means that playback will not immediately start. Please be patient and give Mirror time to work its magic, in the long run, it will save you lots of time over the tedious manual process. You can shape the effect in context with the rest of the audio in perfect sync. When you are happy with the result, simply bounce the effect to remove the latency.
Mirror is a reverse negative delay, which means the reverse effect is heard before the original sound. This is achieved by reporting a fake latency to the DAW, which then compensates, perfectly aligning the end of the effect with the start of your original sound.
The bundle is available to PC and Mac users (VST2, VST3, AU and AAX).
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