Does your bass sound dull and lifeless?

Bass Enhancer

Does your bass sound dull and lifeless? Red Rock Sound Bass Enhancer will be your choice to correct this deficiency.

Bass Enhancer uses psycho-acoustics to calculate precise harmonics. When these harmonics are combined with the original ones, it creates the effect of lower, deeper frequencies.

Bass Enhancer is used to accurately target and accentuate low frequency material: from vocals to bass guitar and drums — adding both heft and precision.

Latest Versions

AUv3 version 1.0.4 (Sep 19, 2022)
VST2 version 1.0.4 (Sep 19, 2022)
VST3 version 1.0.4 (Sep 19, 2022)

VST2 version 1.0.2 (May 18, 2022)
VST3 version 1.0.3 (Sep 20, 2022)


USD 59
USD 19


  • On switch — allows the user to bypass the Bass Enhancer for before/after comparisons;

  • Input — control knob for the Level of the input signal;

  • In meter — lets You monitor the output level before Bass Enhancer processing;

  • Phase — button to invert the phase of the input signal;

  • HP Filter — removes Low Frequencies from the generated Harmonics signal. Enable or Disable a HP-filtering mode with the «FILTER IN» button;

  • Drive — this knob controls the amount of generated Harmonics;

  • Timbre — sets the balance between Odd and Even Harmonics;

  • Freq — this knob simply controls where the process begins in frequency domain (for example, with a setting of 85 Hz, all frequencies below 85 Hz will have Harmonics generated by the system);

  • Listen — mute the Mix signal and Listen to the Bass signal created by Bass Enhancer;

  • Mix — sets the amount of Bass Enhancer enhancement added to the original signal;

  • HL meter — the Level meter for the Harmonics that are created;

  • Out meter — lets You monitor the output level after Bass Enhancer processing;

  • Output — control knob for the Level of the output signal;

  • Undo/Redo;

  • A/B mode;

  • 2x/4x/8x Upsampling with High Quality (HQ) option.