SUBDIVINE! An indispensable instrument in the bass-heavy music production process designed especially for those music producers and beatmakers who need solid 808 - type basses in their tunes! Perfect for Trap, Hip-Hop, R&B and Future R&B, Soul and Neosoul, Pop and any genre that bases on... bass.

SUBDIVINE is a playable library of bass samples with the interface of a synth. It was created by experienced sound designers and music producers to provide efficient workflow and usability combined with the best possible sound with a lots of low end and that stylish 808 flavor. Presets from SUBDIVINE are divided into two groups: Analog - sampled from some of the best analog synths, and Digital - sampled from some great digital instruments. Every preset has its own character and unique sound that can be formed with ADSR envelope and enhanced with Drive.

The Drive! Well, this is where the ride begins! SUBDIVINE's Drive consists of 7 different types of distortion with different sensitivities, all of them emulations of top quality analog and digital hardware, so the sound can be slightly warmed up or distorted like in the sickest drops humanity ever heard.

Range of SUBDIVINE's sounds was deliberately narrowed to two octaves in order to keep the library compact, and the instrument efficient in providing the hi quality low end.

SUBDIVINE is available in two most popular plug-in formats: VST3 and AU, so you will be able to use it in DAWs that support these formats (Cubase, Logic, FL Studio, Ableton Live, Studio One, Garage Band and others). Plugin package weights a few megabytes (2-5MB). Each expansion weights about 1GB before installation. After installation each expansion may use about 1.5GB of disk space.

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