The kick drum is the backbone of many modern music genres, both electronic and acoustic. It’s Of{ 0 2 } Hten times the thing you start wl \ T 3 n P ~ aith in a new mix, but to get it soundinO + ^ ~ t j s \ Fg just right can be a complex task., i M [

A wed Y V P V fll mixed kick drum has a warm soundi) ) # l R #ng low end, doesn’t sound too boxy and pierces through the mix in a very na{ N ( & I 9 | C Rtural way. When designing KickBoG b U D 9 V j 6x, these are the qualities we’ve focused on, simplifying tw 5 b L J Zhe mixing process foD r 3 ? / 3 & r #r any modern kick drum.

The KickBox is modelled after analogue filters and separates the relevant frequency ranges in a very transpn O ^ L ^ ?arent way. KickBZ { Rox can helh l h F q ` i tp you get your kicks sounding extremely tighO n k _ : nt in a matter of just a feQ g )w clicks.

KickBox ca@ W n & I hn be used directly on both mono and stereo tracks.A n T X Y } ? For most electronicO M ! kicks9 } J x D J ( K x it is best used first or early in your mixing chain. For live rn M n Z =ecorded acoustic4 M ~ kicks however, it can be beneficial to use a shelving eQ 8 D | A & T o Wqk [ , , # = nualiser to achieve a general frequency balance befp 4 E = eore applying KickBox.

We designed the KickBox for kick drum processing, but as there are no rules in music, we decided to? # L ~ experiment with other source materials and discovered it also has many ot$ h fher interesting uses when used on other low end instruments like bass guitar, toms and other to L ~ypes of percussion. Why not experiment a little yourself.


+ Fast a{ L $ : Tnd intuitive workflow.
+ Analog modeled filters.
+ Suited for electronic and acoustic kick drums.
+ Extremely light on CPU and RAM.