Top Boz Digital Labs VST Plugins
Top Boz Digital Labs VST Plugins

Top 10+ Boz Digital Labs VST Plugins 2021

We have created for you a rating of the Best 10 Boz Digital Labs VST Plugins as the most downloaded and according to the excellent reviews of musicians

VST list navigation:

  1. Le Snappet
  2. L8R
  3. The Hoser
  4. Transgressor 2
  5. ProVocative
  6. Big Beautiful Door
  7. Imperial Delay
  8. The Hoser XT
  9. El Clapo
  10. Panther Stereo Manipulation

1. Le Snappet

 
Le Snappet
 

Realistic Finger Snap Generator

Le Snappet, like its brothers El Clapo and Das Boot, enables you to create ultra-realistic finger snaps, from a single snap to a smoke-filled club full of beat poet aficionados showing their appreciation, now that snapping is the new clapping (you can’t hold a beer and clap at the same time).

Snap lets you control how intoxicated your crowd is via the Slop control, and also provides essential mix features, including front-to-back placement via mic blend and positioning controls for front, mid, and room mics.

Plus, you don’t have to load up on processing plugins thanks to built-in compressors, EQ, and width control. Snap also features  MIDI velocity control and a step sequencer with 12 editable patterns.

Le Snappet is designed to make it simple to create snap tracks of any size. From a single snap to an entire crowd, you determine how the snaps sound.

You determine the group size. You determine how sloppy they are. You control the microphone mix. We sampled multiple snappers at multiple layers and a bunch of round robins, from 3 different mic perspectives. The result is natural-sounding snaps no matter how large the group.

Control with MIDI or the built-in step sequencer that lets you automate between 12 user-created patterns.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Easily generate ultra-realistic finger snaps, from an intimate single snap to a crowd of new bohemians.
  • Great for music and film post-production.
  • Three adjustable mic positions; close/mid and room.
  • Close and Room mic controls each feature a fully adjustable compressor with mix knob, 4-band EQ, and width control.
  • “Slop” control lets you adjust how tight or loose the snaps are.
  • Simple, straightforward interface with access to advanced controls including velocity-sensing MIDI curve control, panning, timing, layer, and CPU-saving round-robin settings.
  • Built-in step sequencer for easily creating complex (or simple) patterns.

2. L8R

 
L8R
 

Quick Time Align

L8R is a super simple but very handy plugin. With just a single knob (and a couple of buttons) it lets you apply micro delays to your left or right channel. It’s perfect for either correcting or creating very small timing differences between your stereo channels.

With one knob, you can quickly add super small amounts of delay to either the left or the right channel, to either create or fix timing discrepancies.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Add width to mono sources
  • Pan using the Precedence Effect
  • Correct timing issues on stereo tracks

Smooth Adjustments
No clicky delay changes here. As you adjust the delay time, we made sure to keep that delay transition super smooth so you can automate it without having to deal with any clicks that tend to come with changing delay times.

10x
Sometimes you need more than just a small delay. Enabling the 10x option increases the maximum delay from 3ms to 30ms for those times when large adjustments are needed.

Mono Check
Micro delays can create phasing issues in your mono mixdown (if you care about that sort of thing). The Mono Check button lets you hear what effect this plugin will have on your mono output to make sure you aren’t doing more damage than good. With just a single button you can check between mono and stereo to make sure you are getting the best sound you can get.


3. The Hoser

 
The Hoser
 

The Hoser is the little brother to The Hoser XT. Same algorithm in a compact stereo/mono only format.

The second in the series of David Bendeth signature plugins. Modelled off of a vintage Canadian hardware EQ unit, The Hoser makes a great channel EQ to give that cohesive feel to your mixes.

The Hoser takes advantage of some of the benefits of working in the digital domain, all while staying true to the analog sound. It is really the best of both worlds.

Analog Sound – CPU Friendly

When we built The Hoser, we had two objectives:

  • It must sound just like the hardware
  • You should be able to use this plugin on every track without worrying about your CPU overheating.

After much trial and error, we finally accomplished this. The plugin stays true to the analog sound, allowing you to add extreme amounts of gain without adding the harshness of digital EQ.

It does all this while using small amounts of processing power, to preserve your CPU for other plugins. It’s really the best of both worlds.


4. Transgressor 2

 
Transgressor 2
 

Not Just Another Transient Designer

A true one of a kind, Transgressor goes beyond the limits of standard transient designers. It gives you the ability to craft the sound of drums and other instruments not just in terms of attack and sustain, but timbrally as well. The Transgressor combines a transient designer with two equalizers.

No big deal you say? Any EQ plug-ins will do? Au contraire mon frère. Transgressor not only lets you equalize the attack and sustain portions of the instrument’s envelope individually (yes, you read that right; attack can be equalized differently from sustain), but it also lets you dial in the specific low, mid, and high frequencies independently on each.

What if you need a brighter attack but want to keep the dark resonance of toms or kick drum? Perhaps you need more midrange attack but wish to brighten the resonance of a hi-hat? Perhaps you’re happy with the overall sound of snare but the attack is just a little too bright.

The answer is the Transgressor (you must have seen that coming). Only Transgressor gives you the ability to control transients and sustain without compromising one for the other.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Hybrid transient designer with two 3-band equalizers with selectable slopes
  • Gain controls let you boost or eliminate transients and sustain independently
  • Mix knob lets you adjust wet/dry signal
  • Adjustable transient detector lets you control sensitivity, eliminate false triggers from bleed
  • Internal or external sidechain control of detector
  • Sidechain EQ lets you dial in the frequencies that trigger the detector
  • Three sidechain modes with “listen” feature to monitor sidechain signal
  • Retrigger controls time between triggered events
  • A/B bank comparison
  • Factory presets to get you started

EQ Transients and Sustain Individually

EQ plug-ins only make global changes to an instrument; whatever you do to the transient is also done to the sustain and decay. Even dynamic EQs change the entire envelope, even if it’s only momentarily. Transgressor gives you 2 EQs. One for your attack and one for your sustain, letting you shape exactly the way you want your attack to sound. There are three bands to each EQ section (low, mid, high) with variable frequency selection and gain for each band. Each band also gives you three selectable filter types that are particularly suited to each band. For example, the low band has high-pass, low shelf, and bell, while the mid band has bell, bandpass, and slant, which boosts highs while cutting lows and vice versa.

EQ Applications

Do you want to add bite to your snare without increasing the snare buzz? Transgressor is your go-to plug-in. Do you need to reduce the ringing in your snare without changing the tone? No worries. Transgressor does it easily. Transgressor is also a great tool for reamping a snare. The high-frequency attack coming through a speaker will not excite the snare head enough. You need midrange information to make that happen, which requires transient design and dramatic EQing. Transgressor’s ability to boost the gain on the low and midrange portion of the attack, while eliminating sustain lets you do it in one simple process. Better still, it gives you the ability to easily craft the sound of the re-amped snare with adjustments on the fly.

If you’ve ever fallen asleep on the control room sofa while producer and drummer went through every snare in the known universe to find the right one, only to be replaced in the mix with CPU-eating software, Transgressor can save both time and CPU resources. Don’t like the snare the client sent you? Forget about time-consuming snare sample shootouts. Transgressor’s powerful EQ and transient- and resonance-shaping capabilities can transform the sound of any drum to suit the song and your taste.

Not just for drums, Transgressor can also bring out the snap and pop of a funk bass without turning it into a baritone guitar. Plus, you can get really clever and create unique-sounding drums and instruments that will have other producers calling you up to find out how you got that sound.

Sidechain Sleight of Hand

In addition to giving you full control over the sound of your transients, Transgressor adds another layer of creativity by letting you use the detector with an external sidechain. This lets you adjust the EQ and sustain of any instrument triggered by another. For example, some engineers use room mics just for ambience. However, if you mix like Chris Lord-Alge and derive the body of your drum sound from the room mics, perhaps you’ll find that you need to increase the attack on the snare drum hits. Put Transgressor on your room mics and route the snare drum to the sidechain. Then the transients will only trigger when the snare drum is hit, but it will affect the sound on the room mics. This is highly effective for getting big drum sounds without washing them out in reverb.


5. ProVocative

 
ProVocative
 

ProVocative—For alluring vocal tracks with just the right amount of sass

Micro pitch shifting is not a new effect. It is a trick that has been used for decades to thicken and widen vocals, synths and guitars (some people even use it on drums). So why did we make another one? Because we wanted one that was dead easy to use without sacrificing control.

ProVocative is so quick and easy to dial in. It’s also incredibly light on your CPU without sacrificing quality.

ProVocative—Just the Facts:

  • Instant vocal, instrument, and track thickening
  • Frequency-selectable micro pitch-shifting and width control
  • Dual-function wet/dry mix or blend controls
  • Easy to use without sacrificing versatility or control
  • Uncompromising sound quality
  • CPU resource-friendly

Band Limit

The ability to apply a low and high pass filter to your micro pitched tracks has proven to be incredibly valuable. Take off a bit of the high and low end of your pitch-shifted tracks to get a nice smooth subtle widening.

Mix Section

ProVocative gives you intuitive wet and dry knobs so that you can blend them together however you want. If you prefer mix style blending, you can enable the link button, and the wet and dry knobs act as mix knobs instead.

Filter Section

ProVocative’s most unique addition to traditional pitch-shifting is its high- and low-pass filter section, which enables you to select the frequency range it applies micro-shifting to via slider. You can bypass or enable these filters by clicking on the HPF or LPF symbols.

These filters will only EQ the wet sound, leaving the dry sound unaffected. The main benefit of the filter section is that it enables to thicken or widen a specific frequency range while retaining an overall more natural sound—unless you want to go full robotic.

Width
As its name suggests, width controls widening of the pitch-shifted tracks. When set to positive 100%, the pitch-shifted track is panned to the right, while negative 100% pans the track to the left. When set to 0%, both tracks are panned to the center.

Pitch
The pitch control ranges from 1 to 20 cents. Once set, ProVocative makes two pitch-shifted tracks, one up and one down by the selected amount.

Delay
To create depth, this knob controls the delay between dry and pitch-shifted tracks. It ranges from 20ms to 150ms.

Note: Some slight modulations applied to the delay time in addition to the delay time set. This helps to give a more natural sound.

Like all Boz plug-ins, ProVocative comes with its own presets, shareable across formats, computers, and operating systems, along with an A/B bank that lets you compare settings without losing your settings.


6. Big Beautiful Door

 
Big Beautiful Door
 

Big Beautiful Door is like no other dynamics processor. It takes a completely fresh approach to EQ and dynamics, and packages it in a way that just makes sense.

The Beast is Born

Big Beautiful door is what you get when an EQ and a Gate make a baby together. Then, right when the baby comes out, you inject it with a few doses of steroids. Seriously, this thing is so powerful and is really easy to use. This is not a one trick pony. This does everything from ducking your bass when your kick hits, to acting as the world’s most powerful vocal EQ. Big Beautiful Door opens up a whole new world of creativity and streamlines your workflow like no other dynamics plugin.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Separate EQ for loud and quiet sounds
  • Advanced Sidechaining
  • Intuitive Interface

Dual EQ

Big Beautiful Door gives you separate eq over your loud and your quiet parts of your track. This lets you EQ your quiet  sounds separately from your loud sounds. A paragraph of text won’t come close to describing how powerful this option is, so watch some of the demo videos to see what opportunities this opens up.

Advanced Sidechaining

Advanced sidechaining gives you complete control over how Big Beautiful Door reacts to your input. Do you need to eq out the low end of your bass when your kick drum hits? This is how you do it. Or maybe you need to eq out the midrange of your back track whenever your vocals come it. Big Beautiful Door makes this easy to do without automation.

  • Dial in your sidechain with accuracy with dual mode sidechain filters.
  • Choose between internal and external sidechain.

Envelope Control

Familiar envelope controls let you determine how quickly Big Beautiful Door will morph from one EQ setting to the other. Whether you need quick gating or smooth transitions, you can set it up easily.


7. Imperial Delay

 
Imperial Delay
 

Imperial Delay is designed to be a fast moving, powerful beast of a delay. It gives you complete control over every nuance of your delay, but does so in a way that doesn’t get in the way of your creative side.

Easy to Use. Insanely Powerful.

Imperial Delay was designed from the beginning with two goals: Be the most powerful delay, and be easy to use. As it turns out, those two requirements tend to be at odds with each other. Some delays give you lots of control but require you to get out your lab coat and calculator in order to use it. Other delays sound great with only a couple knobs, but give you almost no options. Imperial Delay does both.

Every option that you would need in a delay is available at the twist of a single knob. If you need more control over those effects, you can enter the advanced controls and experiment to your heart’s content.

Boz Digital Labs’ new preset management system lets you save presets that go far beyond your DAW’s preset saving ability.


8. The Hoser XT

 
The Hoser XT
 

When you buy Hoser XT, you get its little brother, The Hoser, for free

The second in the series of David Bendeth signature plugins. Modeled off of a Ward-Beck Systems M462B hardware EQ unit, The Hoser makes a great channel channel EQ to give that cohesive feel to your mixes.

The Hoser takes advantage of some of the benefits of working in the digital domain, all while staying true to the analog sound. It is really the best of both worlds.

When you buy Hoser XT, you get its little brother, The Hoser, for free.

Analog Sound – CPU Friendly

When we built The Hoser, we had two objectives:

  • It must sound just like the hardware
  • You should be able to use this plugin on every track without worrying about your CPU overheating.

After much trial and error, we finally accomplished this. The plugin stays true to the analog sound, allowing you to add extreme amounts of gain without adding the harshness of digital EQ. It does all this while using small amounts of processing power, to preserve your CPU for other plugins. It’s really the best of both worlds.

3 Channel Modes

While we were using the hardware, we couldn’t help but wish that we could use it in a mid/side configuration. It was just begging for it. So what was stopping us from making the plugin work in mid/side mode? Nothing, that’s what.

You can also process your left and right channels separately, which is a great way to add some stereo width to a mono track, or match the tone of a stereo source.

The Hoser vs The Hoser XT

When you buy The Hoser XT, The Hoser also comes with your download, but what is the difference?

The Hoxer XT

  • Separate Mid/Side and stereo control, as well as standard stereo/mono mode
  • Comes with The Hoser

The Hoser

  • More compact design
  • stereo/mono mode only

9. El Clapo

 
El Clapo
 

Handclap Generator

El Clapo creates authentic-sounding handclap tracks with full control of crowd size, timing, dynamics, mic positioning, and more.

Handclaps remain a staple of popular music and film post, but in drum emulation software, synthesizers, and sound libraries, handclaps are treated as an afterthought. To get them to sound close to realistic, you have to go through a lot of complicated processing, sample layering, and track nudging.

El Clapo is a one-of-a-kind plugin that can generate ultra-realistic handclap tracks, from a single intimate-sounding handclap to a raucous mob of 150 head-bangers. El Clapo even lets you control how sober or intoxicated the crowd is with adjustable round-robin timing control.

It also features three mic adjustable positions with control of close/mid/room blend and width. Mic position controls also feature solo buttons and FX buttons that give you access to full-featured compressors and equalizers.

El Clapo also features MIDI velocity control, panning, and a step sequencer with 12 editable patterns.

El Clapo is the first in a series of samples designed to make it simple to create clap tracks of any size. From a single clap to an entire crowd, you determine how the claps sound.

Realistic Claps
You determine the group size. You determine how sloppy they are. You control the microphone mix. Boz Digital Labs sampled multiple clappers at multiple layers and a bunch of round robins, from 3 different mic perspectives. The result is natural-sounding claps no matter how large the crowd.

Built-in Step Sequencer
Control with MIDI or the built-in step sequencer that lets you automate between 12 user-created patterns.

Cracking the Code
To create the plugin, Boz Digital Labs put a tremendous amount of thought into the process of recording and the way crowds time their handclaps. It came clear that having three microphones (close, mid, and room) was critical in terms of creating the difference between an intimate handclap track and a huge crowd. The plugin also takes into account the various types of processing that music or film-post mixers would use to make tracks fit in context. The end result is natural-sounding handclaps regardless of the size of the crowd, plus the ability to custom-tailor those tracks to suit the creative needs of any genre of program material you put El Clapo to work in.

Sound Engine
The ability to play 150 samples with multiple mic positions ran the risk of making a massive hit to CPU resources. To solve that problem, El Clapo does some work in the background. As the crowd size gets larger, rather than just playing back a large number of samples, El Clapo builds a new set of samples, which can be played back with low CPU usage.

Main Features

  • Easily generate ultra-realistic handclaps, from an intimate-sounding single clap to an out-of-control mob of 150.
  • Great for music and film post-production.
  • Three adjustable mic positions; close/mid and room.
  • Close and Room mic controls each feature a fully adjustable compressor with mix knob, 4-band EQ, and width control.
  • “Slop” control lets you adjust how tight or loose the claps are.
  • Simple, straightforward interface with access to advanced controls including velocity-sensing MIDI curve control, panning, timing, layer, and CPU-saving round-robin settings.
  • Built-in step sequencer with 12 editable patterns and adjustable speed.

10. Panther Stereo Manipulation

 
Panther Stereo Manipulation
 

Panther gives you independent control over Left and Right channels of any stereo track.

You get controls for EQ, Gain, Pan and Delay. It also features Mid/Side mode for extra control over your stereo tracks.

Panther is designed to solve the most common issues you face when mixing stereo tracked instruments. It has everything you need to prevent (or create!) volume, phase and tonal differences between the left and right channels of your track.

With Panther, you get independent EQ, Gain, Pan and Delay control over each channel.

Panther also provides a Mid/Side option to give you complete control over the stereo field of your tracks.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Independent control over stereo sources
  • Independent EQ
  • Independent micro-delay
  • Full Panning tools
  • Mid/Side or Stereo Mode

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