This little plugin is a wolf in sheep's clothing... great for tightening up low end while remastering. An easy 5 stars.
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!
This is a useful, innovative plugin for the low end...really potent, and does what it says. And, it's freeeeeee! Thank you Plugin Alliance!
I found the "takeover" mousing of these bx_ plugins (bx_solo included) to be very unstable. Even when in combination with the +shift-key the volume levels became erratic and surged my speakers. Sorry to say, not for me.
Brainworx made analog of the sub-Midas touch. And it's free. You definitely should try this one.
This free little plugin is a major powerhouse! I just finished remastering a live performance video of a band I was in. The bx_subfilter plugin sweetened, smoothed, and empowered the bass guitar and bottom end without stepping on the rest of the mix! Easy to use; just let your ears tell you when you reach that "spot". Yeah, great little plugin. I love it!
fantastic free plugin - used on every session. one thing I'd love to see is a phase switch as I'll often use the filter to optimise phase between bassy tracks and I'm currently using another plugin just to do that.
Simple and to the point low end filter. Best part it's free. It really adds punch to my mixes.
My new sub-bass weapon as always a great job of brainworks developers. I have other plugins that do the job but this one wins
No need to tell more about this Subfilter, it's really top!
Some people that did not tried it are like "yeah I can achieve the same with an eq, it just level up the lows". It's way more than that! I don't know how to explain properly, but it definitely add something more, and what a good something more!
An eq can't achieve what the Subfilter does. It add resonance, deep and warm lows ends. I can really feel its power and I feel way more satisfied with it than just using an Eq.
As an electronic music producer and mixing/mastering guy, I use it in the mixing stage for kicks and basses, and it definitely add what some tracks needs in the lows. It's all about feelings to me.