Tim Prebble is a sound designer in New Zealand with an impressive list of credits. Here’s what he had to say about Lowender on his blog:
I have a new secret (not very) weapon & it looks a bit like this…
LowEnder is the first plugin to provide a digital replacement for the much loved & adored dbx subharmonic synth. I’ve had an analog outboard subharmonic 120XP for ages & regularly print sounds through it to re-record the sub bass effect it does so well but its always a slight hassle patching & riding analog gain, but there really hasn’t been another option until now. Lowender is made by reFuse software & is built on the pluggo engine by cycling 74 & while some of the pluggos around can be fun but not regularly used, this is one plugin thats getting a lot of use! Lowender is compatible with VST, RTAS, and AU hosts on Macintosh OS X.
Visit Tim’s blog for his before & after audio clips.