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BDX by MARVIN VST is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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BDX is a classic bassdrum synthesizer with analog synthesis.


  • Trigger/Keyboard mode.
  • 2 oscillator types.
  • Wave shape control.
  • Attack level control.
  • 2 pitch envelope types.
  • Sweep time/depth control.
  • 2 envelope types.
  • Decay control.
  • MIDI CC support.
  • Automation support.
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Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By HeidiLikesEBM
May 7th, 2013

Pretty good for a freebie! Bit of tweaking and EQ, and you can easily imitate the same kick sound you can hear in just about any house/trance track anymore. Of course, capable of quite a bit more than that. Surprisingly punchy and flexible. If you'd like to mix up your kick sound some, just download this little wonder and start playing around with its parameters. I love it. I'd really like to take some time to just sit around and run it through all kinds of effects to see how it turns out; sadly, haven't had the time for that yet. But I could certainly see this becoming a regular part of my arsenal, since I seem to have trouble finding good samples for free and am no master at modeling my own in programs like Massive. Example of BDX:


The kick you can hear in this little loop I made was BDX, the only effects being Cubase 6.5's reverb and a bit of EQ. Not a lot, really, BDX does pretty well on its own. I like it, has a bit of a classic, softer sound how I used it but it can get harsher easily.

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Comments & Discussion for MARVIN VST BDX

Discussion: Active
10 May 2013 at 4:54pm

Nice plugin,simple but effective.

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