Knorr Released a Bass Vitalizer
Klevgrand released KNORR. This new plugin wants to bring the low end of the frequency spectrum to life. Knorr, a bass vitalizer plug-in effect is available for iPad (AUv3) and Mac
& Windows (AU/VST/AAX). The effect plugin has been designed and developed by Klevgrand, a small studio in Stockholm, Sweden. Knorr is a plugin that adds intensity and sharpness to a monophonic low-frequency audio source (like a bass). The algorithm adds overtones to an existing sound in a way that isn’t possible with ordinary distortion or filtering.
When mixing, the bass track is often a challenge. We end up compromising between “more bass” and “better balance”. There are some methods for dealing with this: Using distortion, filtering, or/and multi-band dynamics.
- The unique algorithm that adds overtones to the original sound in a way that can’t be done using other bass-shaping methods.
- Three different intensity levels for the algorithm.
- X/Y-pad for finding your tone in no time.
- Good for all monophonic instruments within the bass – low mid-range.
Knorr appends energy and sharpness to a monophonic low-frequency audio source. The different algorithm enumerates overtones to a present sound. The developer claims that this isn’t possible with ordinary distortion or filtering. Running bass through Knorr should make the bass more defined and powerful. The Knorr Algorithm utilizes a mixture of filtering, amplitude, and frequency modulation to treat audio. The effect can be used on a monophonic sound source as long as there’s audio content in the low mids (and below) available.
Knorr is available at an intro price directly at the developer site. You can get purchase the iOS version at the App Store.