By | August 18th, 2013|VST|

bark-dogBoz Digital Labs has announced the release of Bark of Dog, a free bass resonance VST filter plugin that lets you increase your low end without turning up the flab.

I like to think of it as a way to boost the low end while still keeping it under control. While the controls are super simple, the effect that this has on controlling the low end in a mix is pretty exciting.

Even though it is super simple, I think it lived up to it’s hype. I love this tool. It solved all my low end problems. Because this is a feature we all already have, I didn’t feel right about charging money for it. There are enough good new ideas to do that I don’t want to fall into the trap of repackaging old tricks. Think of this as more of a really helpful tip with a plugin to go along with it. If you don’t want to download this plugin, then at least open up your stock EQ and play with the resonance on your high pass filter. It made my life a lot easier, and I think it can make yours easier too.

Formats:

  • Win VST 32/64 bit
  • Mac VST 32/64 bit
  • Mac AU 32/64 bit

Bark of Dog is available at no cost. Registration is required.

More info: Bark of Dog