It never sounds too thin or boomy. Give it a whirl I say! The hardware circuitry has a certain level it can handle without breaking up. I prefer the Transformer preamp plugins from Kush, has joined the club of must-have plugins you need early in the chain. They are designed to pull a few knobs and slider or switches to get to a result by listening to the results. To add more control over the impact, Kush has added a very novel 20dB Headroom switch that adds a 20db pad before the input and offsets the output with a 20dB boost. On kick drum and bass, the plugin version is everything a low-frequency enhancement tool should be. Honestly, this thing surprised me.
Flipping the thoughtfully-added Headroom switch, meanwhile, drops the input signal by 20dB with a compensatory gain boost at the output to bring it back up by the same amount. Rating: Five out of five stars sounds dramatic, the result it has on bass, guitars, electric piano, 808 and almost every other instrument track is tense. I did not find any presets besides Default, you should think about this as an opportunity to turn in the possible parameter and listen to the results you are getting. But how does it all sound? Finding the sweet spots for the Level and Bass knobs is never difficult, and the effect is invariably beneficial, focusing the tone, pulling out the best of the bottom end, and getting a grip on transients without choking them. With the hardware version, Output level increases with saturation — with the plugin, the output auto-levels as saturation increases. One of those plugins that really makes a difference.
Combine it with the A-Designs Hammer by Kush and thank me later. Kudos to A-Designs for letting Kush run wild with their imagination. Thus, Everything Recording was born. This box combines tube character and solid state sturdiness for a bass sound that just sounds good with little effort. Maybe this will get you going.
When I'm not sure where it is i run install again and just wait for it to name the folder, then I cancel install. The results will speak for themselves. You haven't lived until you've taken the Rorschach. . All of the other controls are essential to dial in vibe and tone, but there is one control that on its own would make this plugin worth every bit of the price tag. The plugin version aspires to recreate these same characteristics; but does only what Gregory Scott and the magic of digital modeling can do — push the plugin version to areas that would be otherwise difficult for its hardware counterpart. To my ears, it sounds like a portion of the boosted low end is being added to the distortion circuit.
As a Kush subscriber, this was a nice surprise to find today! You can find out more details on the or from the video below. Employ any session bass player and he will most likely show up with some form of the hardware in his rig. If you are into vintage hardware, you get a software plugin that enhances a track with tube-like harmonic distortion coloring the instrument. Just like its hardware counterpart, it works for more than just bass. Bump up the Bass knob to taste, try the phase flip, adjust the level til you have the amount of drive you like, and try different headroom settings. While the level imparts the overall character to the track, the input is almost just as important in order to properly gain stage the incoming signal for optimal impact.
The controlled punch it adds to low-end content makes it both an easy and necessary choice when reaching for plugins. This hardware unit was inspired by the Ampeg B-15 bass amp from the days of yore; but has been considered far more versatile, finding its way in both live and studio environments on everything from acoustic guitars to digital synths. In many cases, this is because the engineer wants both a direct signal as well as an amped signal but not all D. This plugin is great for achieving tube-like harmonic distortion to color a track. The tube design combined with the Cinemag transformer takes boring, clean sounds and breathes new life into them with pleasing harmonic distortion as well as the weight of classic iron. With the Pad engaged, kick and bass get a nice round tone that adds just a little heft. Now with Kush is again releasing an at lower end priced effect plugin for your recorded instrument or sounds from your sample libraries.
With so many preamp models of plugins, why not have a direct box? What we have is an example of a plugin developer being a fan of a piece of gear and using the best parts of it to create a whole new tool. I was surprised just how thick, but not muddy, the low seemed when this knob was cranked! Add just a little level and bass to it. Although these knobs behave slightly differently, the impact of the signal is similar. The role here is common, to flip the polarity of the source. I prefer the Transformer preamp plugins from Kush, has joined the club of must-have plugins you need early in the chain. Familiar to those who have used the hardware, the Level knob sets the amount of the effect. With any plugin centered around lower frequencies, the phase is very important.
It has a similar propensity for bass synths and kick drums, too. The plugin also features separate input and output controls as well as a variety of presets. I only care about whether or not it has utility. With Headroom engaged, the distortion becomes much more subtle, giving an alternative style of processing that proves useful for less overt warming treatments. Rating: Five out of five stars sounds dramatic, the result it has on bass, guitars, electric piano, 808 and almost every other instrument track is tense. All I can say is that it is working correctly for me in Sonar Platinum and Studio One Professional. Kush did release earlier the Transformer plugins which are worth a definite consideration if you need some useful and excellent sounding plugins early in the chain.
This low shelf pushes the sub frequencies in the track without overpowering the rest of the signal. Kush Audio did send a review copy with no strings attached. I tried it on distorted guitars, as well as kick drums, and it sounded awesome on both sources for adding some real meat! A nice addition by the Kush team indeed! This knob does not behave like an ordinary low-frequency shelf. This sturdy, red box features a 6N1-P tube amplifier directly injected into a Cinemag Transformer. The plugin is the same, but made much more interesting by the Bass and Headroom controls. The hardware unit was pretty basic in that it only had a volume control. I am fairly positive there is more than just a fixed frequency gain boost applied to this knob.