Noisebud has released Bear which they describe as a plugin to create harmonics from your low-end. They say that it creates depth, makes your music sound fuller, and will make subfrequencies audible on smaller speakers. This is what they have to say about it...
Bear is a low-end enhancer plugin that employs the principle that you will perceive the fundamentals as louder if you add or enhance the harmonics of a signal. Other developers have plugins that do the same, so why would you want Bear? The no1 reason is that Bear is faster to dial in, put in on your track, adjust the dry/wet control and move on. Bear will do a lot of the fine-tuning for you so that you can concentrate on creating music and making stunning mixes. Bear will add depth and make your sound fuller. There are no reasons not to use Bear. Use Bear.
Noisebud Bear is available as 64bit VST2 and 3 for Windows, 64bit AU for macOS
Pricing and Availability:
See Patreon page.
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