Plugin Alliance – Brainworx bx XL V3 v3.0.0 VST, VST3, AAX x64

Maximize volume and maintain clarity. bx_XL V3 allows mastering engineers to achieve loud mixes without sacrificing clarity. Using the mid/side technology from Brainworx’s revolutionary bx_digital digital equalizer, you can split the mid channel into two bands (low and high). This allows you to control three separate channels – mid-bass, mid-high and side, resulting in increased volume and significantly improved clarity with less artifacts and more punch.

Hear the Power of Four Limiters

The Crossover Frequency slider lets you determine where the mid-low band ends and the mid-high band begins. This allows you to separate the kick drum and apply a different clipping from the rest of the mid signal – a necessary technique for mixes that require a strong bottom end, such as dance, rap, techno and rock. Once the three channels in the bx_XL V3 are combined into a stereo signal, the mix is ​​put through a true peak limiter. This means four stages of limiting, resulting in loud and crystal clear stereo mixes.

Warm up your mixes with XL Saturation

XL knobs add warmth to mixes by introducing third- and fifth-order harmonics. A special filtering process prevents aliasing, ensuring your mixes are free of artifacts. The additional harmonic content enhances perceived loudness without significantly increasing the output level of the music.

Listening to the finest details

Building on the legacy of the bx_XL V2 – the first mastering limiter to allow individual listening of mid/side signals with phase correction using Phase-X crossover filters – the V3 includes a three-band “psychoacoustic” volume maximizer and a host of detailed mastering meters, making it a first-class dynamics and volume control system.

  • True peak limiter.
  • Two-way processing of mid and side frequencies.
  • Four stages of restriction.
  • Adjustable crossover frequency.
  • Enhanced Brainworx user interface.
  • Mono Maker.
  • Sidechain scheme.
  • True peak, RMS, gain reduction, LUFS and correlation meters.

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