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BigKick [read all reviews]
Reviewed By ATN69 [read all by] on 10th June 2018
Version reviewed: V1.2 on Windows
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I got the Plugin Boutique Big Kick plugin from KVR market at a very nice price. I already had other kick drum plugs and wasn't thinking about buying another one but I discovered that Big Kick basically is a drum sampler with options to tweak my own samples that I already have. It is possible to layer 2 kicks by using Big Kick. All of a sudden my old kick sample library got more attention thanks to Big Kick. It's easy to use with drag and drop. Big Kick also came with a bunch of kick samples.

TB Reverb v4 [read all reviews]
Reviewed By ATN69 [read all by] on 13th June 2017
Version reviewed: v4 on Windows
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I been looking for a reverb with a graphical EQ and then I found this new TB Reverb v4 from Toneboosters. It is very Clean and it can produce a long tail as well. It is simple but nice and easy to understand. Best of all it's cheap and a lot of reverb for the Money.

MBassador [read all reviews]
Reviewed By ATN69 [read all by] on 29th August 2016
Version reviewed: 10 on Windows
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First time I ever write a review but this plugin is so good that I felt I had to say something. MBassador is the kind of plugin that I didn't know I needed. Most of the time it's not so hard to design good bass sounds but some times it can be difficult to get the bottom end correct. In some cases it just sounds a bit thin in respect to the kick, or vice versa. But now when I have MBassador I have a quick and good solution for those times. It can give a very clean and clear bottom end of bass sounds and kick sounds. I been trying it out on some old projects and managed to get the final piece of the puzzle with MBassador. This plug can be anything from subtle to totally overboard so it should be used with care, unless you want really raw and powerful bass sounds. This is another great plugin from Melda/Vojtech. I only tried it so far on individual bass sounds and kick sounds but I imagine it could work well on the mix bus as well, as a bass enhancer. It is easy to use and easy to understand.

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