Meet Infinity Bass
Infinity Bass features a simple, engaging user interface made up of four different processing Modes and four control knobs that help to shape your sound to perfection.
The processing modes deliver a wide range of sound design potential. Whether you need a bass exciter, a dual-band subharmonic synthesizer, a clean sub-bass generator, or a bass-focused all-pass filter, this plugin does it all.
Infinity Bass is powered by four (4) unique modes that deliver a wide range of processing potential. Whether you need a bass exciter, a dual-band subharmonic synthesizer, a clean sub-bass generator, or a bass-focused all-pass filter, this plugin does it all.
This is a bass exciter mode perfect for treating electric, acoustic and synth bass lines as well as kick drums that could use more transient presence.
This dual-band subharmonic synthesizer introduces an octaver-style effect that’s great for adding dimension and color to bass and synth stacks.
Deep mode is a clean sub-bass generator with dynamics control that unlocks new layers of depth in your kicks and bass lines. It’s also good for treating full mixes that could benefit from enhanced low-end frequencies.
This is a bass-focused all-pass filter that helps boost any weaker bass and low-end transients in your mix. The result is subtle but essential for mixing.
The Frequency knob sets the frequency range that will be used to generate subharmonics and influence overall tone processing.
The Listen button solos the affected portion of your source so you can dial in exactly what Infinity Bass is adding to your sound.
Build Better Character
The Character control shapes your bass tone in a variety of ways. From blending and adding saturation to further enhance signals or affecting your generated sub’s decay and dynamics, this single knob is a vital piece of the puzzle.
Get To Know Infinity Bass
Mode Selection: Select between four (4) unique processing modes for distinctly different sound design capabilities.
Visualizer: Visualizer is a visual representation of the processing being controlled by the knobs below.
Amount Knob: This knob controls how much of the overall effect is being applied to the processed signal.
Frequency Knob: This knob sets the frequency range that will be used for subharmonic generation and processing.
Character Knob: This knob offers different sound flavors by modifying certain characteristics of the signal depending on the selected Mode.
Output Gain: This knob controls the additional output gain to be applied to the post-FX signal.
Listen Mode: This button isolates the frequencies being affected so you can actively hear the changes you’re making.
Enhances Weaker Low-End Components.
Generates Subharmonics Where They’re Missing.
Great On Bass Groups, Kick Stacks, and Some Full Mixes.
Four Different Built-In Processing Modes.
Responsive Interface Linked to Intuitive Controls.
'Frequency' Knob Sets Frequency Range for Processing.
'Character' Knob Colors and Shape Your Processed Signal.
'Listen' Button Isolates the Processed Portion of the Signal.