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Inspired by and developed for The Caesars, the F-AudioLabs BigFlex is an astoundingFrequency Saturator based on a 2 Bands EQ.
THE CEASARS is an award-winning production duo based in Los Angeles, California. They established themselves as one of the go-to teams in the U.S. thanks to their remarkable works with some of the biggest names in the hip-hop scene but mostly because of their natural talent in producing seriously ass-kicking tracks.They have worked with several multiple platinum artists and collected millions of streams.
Master the art of saturating just portions of a sound to achieve astonishing results. Distortion can be a great tool to enhance various elements in a mix or of individual instruments.
The BigFlex adds unique saturation and distortion to targeted frequency bands, with a very precise, macro fine-tuning control to punch up and define low-end, add presence, improve your high ends, or can be simply used to create mind-blowing sounds.
It works magic on pretty much any instrument in any kind of music genre, but do not take our word for it, just try it.
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MacOS 10.13 or newer. (older os versions might work, but they are neither tested nor supported). Windows 64-bit, versions 10 or newer. Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon 64 X2 or newer. 4 GB RAM (8 GB or more is strongly recommended) 1 GB hard disk space for installation Screen resolution 1280x800 or larger. An F-AudioLabs account is required to register and install the software. Active Internet connection for downloading installer and managing licenses. The most recent maintenance release of the DAW application is recommended. However, due to plug-in host differences between DAWs - and our own rigorous testing standards - we only officially test our plug-ins in the most recent versions of: Logic Pro, Cubase, Live, Studio One, Digital Performer, Reaper and Sonar. Our plugins are not tested in the non-listed systems, but they most likely work as long as the system requirements are met. We cannot guarantee a solution for issues in unsupported systems.