The Lowdown Bass Synthesizer recreates the super fat, room rumbling sounds of the most legendary double oscillator bass synthesizer ever made. Heard on countless prog rock and new wave tracks in the 70s and 80s, this floor pedal monster makes its first appearance on the desktop. DSP Master Mark Barton (MRB) modeled every aspect of the original with exceptional accuracy, from the dual "constant beat" oscillators to the massive ladder filter. Get down to earth with Lowdown!
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Aside from a few organ-oriented instruments, the original instrument was the first dedicated foot-operated bass synth and with its colossal tone, undeniably the best sounding. It was used by some of the best bands of the 70s and 80s, including Rush, Yes, Genesis, U2 and The Police (check out the intro to "Don't Stand So Close To Me" or "I Don't" by Phil Collins). worry no more.")
The original design used Hz/V oscillator scaling (as opposed to the more conventional volt/octave oscillator scaling), which allowed the amount of oscillator detuning to remain constant across the keyboard by minimizing the phase compensation that can occur when two oscillators play at the same time. Along with a couple of other engineering tricks, this contributes to its powerful sound.
To create Cherry Audio Lowdown, award-winning synthesizer designer and DSP legend Mark Barton carefully analyzed the original's synthesis circuits and accurately recreated them for huge virtual bass like no other. We absolutely love this fun and easy to use bass guitar and we hope you love it as much as we do!

Cherry Audio - Lowdown v1.0.6.31 STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX x64
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