Boz Digital Labs has released T-Bone, a tilt EQ effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
While a tilt EQ is a very handy filter to have, we have added a few features that make it even easier to dial in the sound you need. We included a high pass filter with resonance control (think Bark of Dog) and low pass filter with resonance (henceforth to be known as Meow of Cat).
We also came up with this super hand feature called Boom and Harsh Control. Sometimes adding extreme amounts of tilt EQ can have some nasty side effects. If tilted too far to the left, you can end up with a lot of low end build up. Tilt too far to the right and you can get too much harsh high end. The Boom and Harsh Control lets you add massive amounts of tilt without getting harsh or boomy. It’s really an essential part of what makes this plugin so easy to use.
We also added mid/side mode and an analog mode that adds subtle distortion and compression to your sound. Enable that for some grit, or disable for super clean tone shaping.
T-Bone for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX) is available for the introductory price of $25 USD until July 7th, 2014 (regular $49 USD).
More information: Boz Digital Labs / T-Bone
Boz Digital Labs has launched Tilty Wilty, a tilt EQ effect plugin, which is a great tool for quickly adjusting the brightness/darkness of your tracks.
Tilty Wilty uses a special filter that does not have any of the wonky side effects to your high end that most digital filters have. No matter what sample rate you are using, Tilty Wilty will give you a smooth natural curve right up to Nyquist frequency.
You may be wondering why this plugin has such a dumb name and ugly interface. This is by design. We are working on a bigger better version, but we wanted to get this into your hands now.
The plug-in is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX). Until June 9th, 2014, it is free.
More information: Boz Digital Labs / Tilty Wilty
Boz Digital Labs has launched Panipulator 2, a free effect plugin for checking how your mixes will translate to different systems.
Even though you spent considerable time and effort getting your mix to sound amazing on your monitors, there is still one very important question: What will it sound like playing at a theme park? or at the dentists office? or on your old radio? What if they wired one of the speakers backwards?
As much as we’d like to think that everyone is listening our music in stereo, the truth is that many many people are listening in less than ideal environments. Panipulator lets you hear what your mix will sound like in those environments so you can be sure that your mixes will translate across all systems.
Panipulator 2 is available as freeware for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX).
More information: Boz Digital Labs / Panipulator 2
Boz Digital Labs has introduced Mono Bass, an effect plug-in that collapses low frequencies to mono.
Having a nice wide stereo spread is great, expect for when we are talking about low frequencies. Mono Bass fixes the wide bass problem by collapsing your low frequencies to mono to prevent that odd, head-turning wide bass issue. Just set your frequency, and everything below that is brought to the center.
Most of the time the effect is quite subtle (or at least it should be if your mix isn’t completely out of wack) but it definitely solidifies the low end and fixes a lot of the awkwardness of extreme panning on headphones.
Just for added measure, BDL added a width knob to the higher frequencies, making a great stereo widener without “weirdifying” the low end.
Mono Bass for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) is available to download at no cost until January 1st, 2014 (regular $25 USD).
More information: Boz Digital Labs / Mono Bass
Boz Digital Labs has launched Little Foot, a kick drum enhancer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
We took the basic features from Sasquatch Kick Machine and compiled them into a very simple to use plugin. While it lacks some of the more advanced features of Sasquatch, this thing is still insanely powerful.
The simplified layout makes it so you can dial in the low end of your kick drum in seconds. We also stuck a “Bark of Dog” filter in there to really dial in some massive, clean low end.
Little Foot features
- Super simple layout.
- Add Oomph to your kick drum in seconds.
- Easily go from simple natural enhancement to over the top sustain.
The plug-in is available to purchase for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS), for the introductory price of $25 USD (regular $40 USD). The plug-in is free for customers who bought Sasquatch.
More information: Boz Digital Labs / Little Foot
Boz Digital Labs has announced the release of Sasquatch Kick Machine, an effect plugin for processing kick drum sounds.
Sasquatch Kick Machine gives you complete control over the sound of your kick drums.
Whether you need to subtly add a little oomph or completely redesign the sound of your kick drum, Sasquatch makes it simple to get the exact sound you need.
Sasquatch Kick Machine features
- Augment or completely mutilate your kick drum.
- Separate control over Beater Click and Oomph.
- Simple 3 knob interface for quick drag and drop functionality.
- Advanced controls for fine tuning the Beater Click and Oomph.
- Comes installed with over 300 presets.
The plugin is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU), with an introductory price of $59 USD until 18 October, 2013 (regular $120 USD).
More information: Boz Digital Labs / Sasquatch Kick Machine