Slate Digital presents the FG-Bomber
Slate Digital has released the FG-Bomber, an analog-modeled dynamic impact enhancer.
According to Slate, the FG-Bomber can make tracks and mixes more dimensional, impactful, exciting, and more alive sounding, as it can act as a dynamic enhancer, analog harmonic processor, transient enhancer, compressor - and all at the same time (doesn't make coffee though - perhaps on their V2 to-do list?).
It aims at adding a front to back depth that can even translate to small speaker systems, using one of the brand's most complex and unique fully analog modeled digital circuit paths consisting of special harmonic generators, compressors, saturators, filters and more.
- Drive - controls the amount of signal sent to the effect processors. It is suggested that the drive parameter be adjusted so that the VU needle peaks at the little bomb icon. This setting will provide the most impact. By pushing it past the bomb icon, more depth and sustain can be had.
- Intensity - this parameter blends the effected signal with the dry signal. Small amounts of intensity can create subtle impact, space, and depth. Large amounts of intensity can produce extremely punchy and fat sounding results.
- Tone - selects one of the three preset effect styles: Present, Fat, or Tight.
- Output - allows fine tuning of the output level
Available now for $99, the FG-Bomber is free to use for current Mix/Master and Mix/Master/FX subscribers.
More details available at Slate Digital's website, and in the following video:
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