Make your bass audible on low-end speakers
Not many people have the access to the studio equipment we use when mixing. That's especially true when it comes to reproducing bass and subbass spectrum. The first module in MBassador lets you post-process the bass content so that it is stable and tight and contains higher harmonics, so that it is audible even when played on a cheap pair of headphones so many listeners use these days.
Create deep sub-bass so people can feel the music
There's nothing worse than playing your mix on a huge stage with subwoofers just to find out that it's just not powerful and deep at all - because there's no sub-bass content. The problem is, it's almost impossible to actually record sub-bass, because not only it rarely exists in nature, most microphones are just unable to record it. But MBassador can generate it from your existing bass, in a tight precise and musical way.
"MBassador is the plug-in you didn’t know you needed, perfectly synthesizing multiple octaves of rich sub bass beneath anything you like. While the obvious use is adding sub to bass sounds I have also used MBassador to repair vocals stems which were inappropriately high passed by clients. MBassador is THAT transparent. Try it. You will be shocked!"
"Such a great tool in the mixing arsenal. Really nice to have individual saturation and tone controls for SUB frequencies in a single plugin. Love this thing on bass and kick drum!"
"I love MBassador because of how useful it is for bass music. When pushing sounds really hard the first thing that is destroyed is the sub, so adding back that beefy lowend with MBassador is super clutch for keeping that full mix."
"MBassador has become a new favourite for adding warmth and depth to the low end in my tracks - super easy to use and incredibly versatile "
"I’ve frequently used subharmonic processors as a cool way to fill out low end. MBassador’s feature set makes it the new champ. The ability to target low end with frequency-specific saturation is awesome. You can be subtle with it, barely audible until you hit the bypass, then immediately miss how the bottom end got filled out so nicely. Or, you can can use it as an effect for rumbling destruction. "