Friday’s Freeware: Let the dog out!
Bark of Dog, this the freeware we chose to highlight this week, not for its name, but for its ability to enhance the low end of your tracks.
Bark of Dog has already been available for some time now, but Boz Digital Labs, its master, has just released more formats for Mac OS X and Windows, including for Pro Tools.
The plug-in is a resonant high-pass filter that will boost the low frequencies with simple controls.
The GUI offers indeed three Amplitude, Frequency and Mix knobs, along with Input and Output meters and trim.
Bark of Dog is available in VST2.4, VST3, AU, AAX Native and RTAS 32 and 64-bit.
You can download it for free from bozdigitallabs.com.
Have a great weekend and don’t forget your pet!
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