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Enhance bass and add low end, even on small speakers
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Pump Up Your Lowson Any Sound System


MaxxBass® does the seemingly impossible: it gives a strong sensation of bass, even on the smallest speakers. Based on psychoacoustic research about how the ear perceives bass, MaxxBass generates harmonics that convince the ear it’s hearing deeper bass than what actually exists.

Add depth to music mixes, videos and film, or any other content. Give masters more low-end power without losing clarity. Overcome the limitations of small speakers in laptops, mobile phones, and small systems—or simply boost the low end for any system. MaxxBass is the proven solution.

  • Improve hip hop and dance mixes by enhancing perceived bass
  • Creates a greater sense of bass on existing speakers
  • Choose the ratio of the original and enhanced bass elements
  • Preserves the clarity, character, and dynamics of the original bass
  • Informative graphic display simplifies editing
  • Upward expansion can emphasize the bass harmonics’ dynamics
Watch It in Action

A Warmer, Bigger, More Exciting Low End

  • Enhance Playback on Smaller Speakers

    Now, even the small speakers in phones, laptops, etc. can have convincing bass. MaxxBass creates the illusion of bass, which doesn’t require speakers with extended bass to reproduce the MaxxBass effect.

    Features: Glue Mixes without “Squashing”
  • Ideal for Mastering As Well As Individual Bass Tracks

    Apply MaxxBass subtly to the entire master, for a rounder, more defined bass. Even with significant enhancement, you won’t see a big low-frequency level boost—but the low end will become better defined and easier to feel.

  • Fast, Friendly Interface

    MaxxBass makes it easy to blend and balance the original bass sound with the added MaxxBass enhancement, just the way you want it. You’ll be able to dial up a great bass sound in seconds.

    Features: Fast and Efficient Operation
  • Shape the Harmonics

    Tighten the sound of the harmonics with a highpass filter, and choose the harmonic spectrum’s shape—from a richer feel for systems with deficient bass, or a tighter sound for full-range systems.

    Features: From Vocals to “The Ringo Drum Sound”