Brainworx has teamed up with Plugin Alliance to release bx_subfilter, a free VST/AU/AAX plugin which can be used to sculpt, tighten and punch up the low end of your audio.
The bx_subfilter free plugin is a filter section taken from the bx_subsynth, a monster capable of adding a huge bottom end to music tracks.
Polishing your mix’s low end can be tricky. Bass DI tracks can sound mushy, and kick tracks can lose their “pop”. Sometimes everything below 100Hz can become such an undifferentiated soup of noise that you just don’t know where to start! Start here: The bx_subfilter is just the ticket for adding clarity and definition to tracks that have troublesome low frequencies.
There are lots of expensive and complicated EQ plugins out there, but when it comes to shaping your low end, the bx_subfilter is unique for its ease and simplicity. With just a few quick adjustments to its four-knob interface, you can breathe new life into those 808s that have been muddying your mix.
The bx_subfilter is a free plugin that borrows from the “Filter” section of its larger counterpart, the bx_subsynth. It’s the perfect plugin for anyone who loves the bx_subsynth’s unique approach to low-end filtering but doesn’t need the subharmonic synthesis. If you think that cleaning up your low end shouldn’t break the bank or require twenty knobs, we’ve got a plugin for you.
In order to get this cool plugin, sign up at Plugin Alliance and you’ll get instant access to the bx_subfilter, along with another five other free plugins. Available formats are AAX DSP, AAX Native, AU, AAX AudioSuite, Venue AAX, VST2, VST3 for Windows and Mac OSX.