Klevgrand has announced Knorr, a plugin that adds “intensity and edge” to a monophonic low-frequency audio source (like a bass). The algorithm adds overtones to an existing sound in a way that isn’t possible with ordinary distortion or filtering.
The Knorr Algorithm. The underlying algorithm uses a combination of filtering, amplitude , and frequency modulation to process incoming audio. Although Knorr is developed with bass sounds in mind, it can be used on any monophonic sound source, as long as there is audio content available in the low mids (and below).
Klevgrand Knorr Features:
- Unique algorithm that adds overtones to the original sound in a way that can’t be done using other bass-shaping methods.
- Three different intensity levels for the algorithm.
- X/Y-pad for finding your tone in no time.
- Good for all monophonic instruments within the bass – low mid range.
Pricing and Availability. Klevgrand Knorr is available now. The Mac/Windows version (AU/VST/AAX): is available via the Klevgrand webstore, at an introductory price of $24.99? iOS until November 4, 2019. The iPad/AUv3 version is currently $5.99 in the iTunes app store, but after November 4, is regularly priced at $9.99.
You can find out more at the Klevgrand site.