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Utility Plugin by Noisebud
Free - PWYW
Binvert by Noisebud is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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Binvert was originally meant to be a plain mix tool to handle phase problems when mixing several bass heavy channels, but the users seemed to use it mainly to deepen or sculpt the low end. Development have therefore been focused on the usability as a bass sculpturing tool even though the original functionality is still there.

The result is a versatile tool that you can use either as originally intended, extreme bass drum sounds or for a subtle boost in the low end while mastering.

Binvert takes the signal and splits in into two bands (split point is adjustable between 25-440Hz). After the split there's a phase invert for both bands so you can invert the polarity of the two bands independently from each other. Problem fixed, the bass is still heavy and the mid/high transients stay crisp. You can also make that frequency resonate on either or both the upper and lower bands and you can also steer that extra energy with a ADSR curve.

Changes in 2.0:

  • You can now disable the resonator in both bands.
  • Added a simple brick wall limiter.
  • Added a bypass button, easier handling for mastering purposes.
  • Added a side chained ADSR.
  • Added the ability to totally turn off the bands.
  • Added a incoming gain button.
  • Added wet / dry control.

Noisebud's donationware: There's always a free, fully featured, version of every plugin but it will be in black & white. If you appreciate our work and donate you'll get a full color version of the plugin.

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