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Renaissance Bass

Rich bass enhancement for music and voice
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Rich, Punchy Bass—Even on Small Speakers


When people listen to music over computer speakers and earbuds, the bass gets lost—and with it, we lose the power that bass brings to any music. Renaissance Bass enables you to deliver rich bass even over the smallest playback systems—with a super-easy interface.

Based on psychoacoustic studies into how ears perceive bass, Renaissance Bass creates harmonics that convince the ear it’s hearing deeper bass than what actually exists—and hearing is believing.

  • Unlike EQ, Renaissance Bass doesn’t muddy the sound
  • Adds bottom to a mix without losing headroom
  • Balance the original and enhanced bass sounds
  • Use on individual tracks, or entire mixes
  • Clip protection simplifies gain-staging
  • Gives the bass more power in hip hop and dance/club productions
Watch It in Action

Ensure that Your Low End Will Be Heard

  • Enhance Playback on Smaller Speakers

    The secret: Renaissance Bass creates harmonics that the ear interprets as being caused by the bass sound that would create those harmonics. This causes your brain to believe that the bass sound actually exists.

    Features: Glue Mixes without “Squashing”
  • From Tracks to Masters

    Renaissance Bass doesn’t generate subharmonics, it just sounds like it does. This allows bass enhancement for individual instruments, buses, or even masters, with minimal headroom reduction.

  • Uncomplicated Operation

    Choose the approximate fundamental frequency of the audio’s bass, set the desired intensity, and then balance the original bass sound with the enhanced bass. Amazingly, even a little enhancement works its magic.

    Features: Fast and Efficient Operation
  • Helpful Metering

    There’s metering for the original bass level, the intensity of the generated harmonics, and an output meter (with peak hold and clipping indicator) for easy gain-staging and A/B comparisons.

    Features: From Vocals to “The Ringo Drum Sound”