Submarine is a new plug-in that is released by Waves Audio. According the company’s website, the plug-in allows one to make deep and clear sub-bass additions to one’s track when recording music. The best way to use this tool is when the LF content is not sufficient enough for a boot of EQ that is low end in order to make a difference in the track. The functional engines of the Submarine plug-in consists of two sub-generators and these generators were designed for processing items such as kicks, bass, and full mixes. The generators can also be used to add in new sub-harmonic frequencies which can be as low as two octaves below the frequency octave that is the chosen one. This functionality depends though on the brand. There is an engine that is powering these generators and it is the Organic ReSynthesis engine. It functions by dividing a signal into the constituents that it is made of and then it processes the component uniquely according to their carrier, pitch, formant, or envelope. Later, these will be recombined as a fresh sub-frequency that will retain the original pitch and timing of the track.
- Recently, Waves Audio released their new plug-in Submarine, which allows you to add deep sub-bass to a track.
- Submarine is meant for when LF content does not suffice for a typical EQ boost.
- Two sub-generators are at the core of Submarine, which are meant to add frequencies lower than the chosen range.
“At the heart of Submarine are two sub-generators, which are designed to process sources such as kicks, bass and full mixes, and add new subharmonic frequencies that go as low as two octaves below the chosen frequency range, according to the brand.”