This is the best tool I've found for quickly beefing up the low end of instruments. It obviously works great on drums and bass but I use it all the time on polysynths and it sounds great. It works well on anything with lows or low mids that need a little more heft. There are plenty of other ways to achieve similar results but I can't think of any that are as fast and that yield such great results. I reach for it all the time. Don't pass it up!
Kicking the next nevel
Very convenient tool for shaping and performing basic operation on kicks, for more in-depth processing I´d recommend Subsynth :) Herramienta muy apropiada para dar forma y realizar operaciones básicas en los Kicks, para obtener un procesado de mayor profundidad recomendaría Subsynth.
by Bd lieutenant
plenty of options, scope to carve or craft. Personally very gentle use, enhancement (with an eq). good with loops etc, handy option in tool box
Nice but issue in cubase
by Two Cat Audio Labs
I really like the plug-in for adding a nice resonant bass boost when needed. But in Cubase 9.5 there is an issue during the first couple bars of a mix when using this where it seems to cut out and them come back on which isn't good. Easy work around is to start the track one bar later leaving a bar of empty space before the track starts.
punch & body
bx_subfilter: a great little helper. real fundamental base.
This little plugin is a wolf in sheep's clothing... great for tightening up low end while remastering. An easy 5 stars.
by Jeremy Graham
The bx_subfilter has become an indispensable tool for adding low(er) end to kicks or bass. The butterworth filter really helps define and tighten the ultra low end and has saved many tracks where extra weight is needed in order to stand up next to other commercial sounding tracks. Can't wait to try out it's big brother; the bx_subsynth next!