Virtual instrument and effect plug-in developer Rob Papen is proud to announce availability of SubBoomBass 2 It is the successor to the award-winning, self-explanatory floor-shaking SubBoomBass soft synth with the original bass-heavy presets all present and accounted. There is an abundance of new features and new sound colours to take things closer to the (cutting) edge, at only $99, it is a bargain.
It is immediately obvious to the naked eye that SubBoomBass 2’s GUI (Graphical User Interface) is on the receiving end of a musical makeover making for more comfortable control of all its fanciful features.
Fortunately for fans of the original soft synth, SubBoomBass 2 retains its much-loved modelled analogue waveform-driven warmth, but brings into being a brave new world of new sound colours courtesy of supplemental spectrum waveforms, with high-quality thinking outside of the box-style samples sitting alongside a welcome inclusion of Karplus-Strong string synthesis — a method of physical modelling synthesis that loops a short waveform through a filtered delay line to simulate the sound of a hammered or plucked string or some types of percussion.
Put it this way: with so much musical firepower placed at adventurous users’ fingertips, SubBoomBass 2 surely sets loose some seriously fresh-sounding and hitherto unheard sounds… above and beyond the (arguably) restrictive realms of dance production with which SubBoomBass first found its musical mark so beautifully.
There is an upgrade available for the owners of SubBoomBass to get the SubBoomBass 2 for only $39.