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Reviewed By TheDragonborg [read all by] on 29th January 2020
Version reviewed: idk on Windows
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This is a must have for Drum & Bass producers... especially for neurofunk... the fact that it's free is insane! Sounds great on basses with a huge helping of distortion! The only thing I would add be an option for it to automatically disable the filter when it reaches 0 for highpass or 100 for lowpass for some drum filter sweeps. You can accomplish the same thing by automating the bypass setting in your daw.

I did encounter a bug when I deleted the plugin from a chain in Reason 10 and it crashed the plugin instead of deleting it. The other plugin instance kept working though.

Reviewed By Faydit [read all by] on 16th January 2020
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows
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Very uselful little tool for me.

The HP / LF Filters work fine, resonance control allows a more interesting tone shaping, but the big surprise for me was the drive control. Usually - as a guitarist - I often are not too convinced of a lot of not especially for guitar designed gear, which offers digital audio saturation, overdrive or distortion, nevertheless I'm always curious about new gear.

Quite the opposite here. Adjusted properly you can use this plugin as well as a small, easily adjustable and very flexible overdrive replacement or even as an amp-sim replacement, if you are looking for some very well controllable transparent, naturally and harmonically sounding overdrive or distortion tones. I know some overdrive / distortion pedal sims and amp sims, which for me sounded worse than some of the tones, I got out of this small plugin at my first attempts, even without any IR-cabinet or additional other gear. With additional plugins it also works fine.

My experience was, that less often is more, especially when adjusting resonance and drive.

A very good and useful tool for a flexible sound shaping, while maintaining the sonic qualities of tones or even improving them.

My thanks go to the developers.

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inkwarp
inkwarp
1 February 2020 at 12:33am

I signed up and am now just going around in circles.

There are no downloads available despite sending several emails. No download links appear. (Not spam either.).

just a way to obtain email info it seems.

Oh, and btw, this doesn't exist either: "You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website."

asimilon
asimilon
1 February 2020 at 11:13am

Hi inkwarp, .

I'm not sure what is going on for you, about 1000 other people have managed to sign up and get the plugins without issue. Please use the General Enquiry form on https://bomshankamachin.es/contact to send me a direct message and we can try to fix it for you :).

Thanks, .

Rich
Bom Shanka Machines.

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