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Finally, separate wet and dry level sliders enable parallel processing, followed by a master output level control. Mud Out combines low-cut filtering with what sounds and looks on an analyser like a bell- shaped 50Hz boost of 12dB – as you raise the dial, it brings up the main sub bass frequencies while cutting off the messy lower ones. The lack of adjustable gain staging along the signal path – as well as the fixed module order and ‘one-knob’ approach – are a clear indication of where this plugin’s strengths really lie: The Thump control is intended to bring out kick drums and bass punch around Hz but actually makes things a little boxy, particularly acoustic parts. Designed for quick and simple operation, it offers just a single control for each of its seven processes. It’s a blunt tool, akin to the ‘Mega Bass’ function on an old Sony hi-fi, but well calibrated. Both have their uses, but – yep, you guessed it – are more suited to use on mix channels and groups than the master.

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Slam Dawg VST Plugin

Works well as a mixing tool. Slam Dawg is far from ideal for mastering, but it offers more than enough to earn a place in zlam mixing plugins folder. We slam dawg vst trust it on a master, but as a drum loop fattener, it’s certainly interesting. It only goes up to 12dB at the highest setting, so it only covers a reasonably small range, but it affords fine enough control to be useful.

Pros Good sub bass slaj. Sonically, however, it really is rather good, and it’s certainly worthy of a slot in your channel processing chain – and, perhaps, even as partof your mastering chain on occasion. Compression comes in the form of the Pop knob, which dials in level and punch until about 12 o’clock, after which it generates such pronounced signal pumping on four-to-the-floor material that we had slam dawg vst double-check it wasn’t actually applying tempo-synced sidechaining!

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It does add width – and in a clever way, as a stereo correlation meter placed after slam dawg vst plugin barely twitches, even when Stereo is fully engaged – but quickly becomes a little harsh on the ear. Essentially a self-contained mastering suite, Slam Dawg is billed as a one-stop-shop for club- and radio-ready masters, and promises “great mixes and beats within minutes”.

Our Verdict Slam Dawg is far from ideal for mastering, but it offers more than enough to earn slam dawg vst place in your mixing plugins folder. It could slaj handy for quickly adding oomph to demos before sending them out, too. Even the ten presets back this up, most of slxm being geared up for creative processing rather than mastering.

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It’s a blunt tool, akin to the ‘Mega Bass’ function on an old Sony hi-fi, but well calibrated. Again, we’d slam dawg vst restraint on the master channel, but it is a very useful creative effect. The Crush component is a limiter, making the signal elam as it’s raised. Mud Out combines low-cut filtering with what sounds and looks on an analyser like a bell- shaped 50Hz boost of 12dB – as you raise the dial, it brings up the main sub bass frequencies while cutting off ddawg messy lower ones.

A small linked cut at around Hz could have balanced this out, we reckon. Useful for quick demo fattening. There isn’t much room for subtlety here, but it does the trick. The lack of adjustable gain staging along the signal slam dawg vst – as well as the fixed module order and ‘one-knob’ approach – are a sam indication of where this plugin’s strengths really lie: Both have their uses, but – yep, you guessed it – are more suited to use on mix channels and groups slzm the master.

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Sticking with the bottom end, Boom adds harmonics to sub bass frequencies around 60Hz, giving more presence and warmth to the bottom end similar Waves’ MaxxBass. Finally, separate wet and dry level sliders enable parallel processing, followed by a master output level control. Too blunt for serious mastering.

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The last controls, Heat and Airzz, are meant to enrich the sound, the former offering second-order harmonics for a saturation effect, the latter employing a shelving boost to the high frequencies. As a serious mastering tool, Slam Dawg simply doesn’t cut it in terms of tweakability slam dawg vst meteringand it’s this criteria that we have to judge it on. Sonically, this is one of the weaker links in the chain. Designed for quick and simple operation, it offers just a single control for each of its seven processes.

Widening is handled by the Stereo knob.

The Thump control is intended to bring out kick drums and bass punch around Hz but actually makes things a little boxy, particularly acoustic parts.

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