Aurora DSP ‘Mammoth’: The Powerful yet Intuitive Bass Plug-in featuring Two-Band Signal Processing

Mammoth gives you the incredible bass sounds through the unique simulations of authentic bass drives and high quality cabinet sound

The Music Telegraph | Text 2020/10/08 [12:25]

Aurora DSP ‘Mammoth’: The Powerful yet Intuitive Bass Plug-in featuring Two-Band Signal Processing

Mammoth gives you the incredible bass sounds through the unique simulations of authentic bass drives and high quality cabinet sound

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2020/10/08 [12:25]

 



 

Aurora DSP ‘Mammoth’: The Powerful yet Intuitive Bass Plug-in featuring Two-Band Signal Processing

 

Mammoth gives you the incredible bass sounds through the unique simulations of authentic bass drives and high quality cabinet sound

 

 

 

▲ Aurora DSP's 'Mammoth' bass plug-in



 

The Polish audio plug-in developer Aurora DSP’s 'Mammoth' is a powerful yet intuitive bass plug-in featuring two-band signal processing that includes a bass maximizer, 3 types of drive, a tone stack, cabinet simulations and much more.

 

Mammoth also features a modern and convenient UI (User Interface), a custom IR (Impulse Response) Loader, and endless supply of distortion.

 

Mammoth is simple and flexible bass plug-in for use. It’s made for artists, producers, and engineers alike.

 

 

 

 

 

Interface of Mammoth

 

Mammoth is divided into 4 main sections: INPUT, HIGH, LOW, and OUTPUT.

 

 

▲ INPUT section


In the INPUT section, you select the input signal level and the cut-off frequency for HIGH and LOW sections. The INPUT value ranges from -20 dB to 20 dB and the XOVER (Crossover) value ranges from 0 Hz to 800 Hz.

 

 

 

▲ HIGH section


After the crossover (XOVER) stage in the INPUT section, the signal is processed by a preamp model and an IR Loader (convolution) in the HIGH section.

 

Mammoth simulates 3 totally different modeled circuits of preamps under DRIVE control such as:

 

RED - Based on the legendary V4 Head

PURPLE - Based on AC30 Bass Head

BLUE - Inspired by the sound of B7K preamp

 

The provided LOW (100 Hz), MID (500 Hz), HIGH (1600 Hz) custom tone stack allows users to tweak their own tone balance. 

 

If you want to round up and warm up your bass tone then toggle the MELT button. If you toggle the BRUTE button then the sound become more aggressive. 

 

The IR Loader sections provides users with high quality bass cabinet sound. You can use those IRs in your own presets by tweaking the stock presets and saving them. 

 

The Mammoth knob makes the sounds more aggressive and transparent tone, but it should be used responsibly otherwise you may lose original characteristics of your sound.

 

 

 

▲ LOW section


The LOW section gives you the power to control how much crushing low-end as you want in your bass tone. The BASS knob (Bass maximizer) will compress and fatten up the foundation of your signal. The GROWL knob gives you control of the low-end harmonics.

 

 

 

▲ OUTPUT section


The OUTPUT section sums up your HIGH and LOW blocks. In this section, you can mix the proportion of LOW and HIGH signal to your taste. If you think you overcooked your final signal then just ride down the fader.

 

 

 

* Mammoth is Windows and macOS compatible and is available in VST3, AU (Audio Units), AAX formats and in Standalone mode. 

 

 

 

 

 

Main Features 

 

 

- 3 different preamp models based on famous hardware

 

- Variable-frequency signal split

 

- Three-band tone control based on classic designs 

 

- Maximizer and Low-Harmonics Saturator

 

- 3 cabinet IRs and a custom IR Loader 

 

- BRUTE and MELT additional characteristic switch 

 

- Special " Mammoth" knob for more clank sound

 

- Agressive SLAM Limiter on output 

 

- Scalable, 4k-ready UI in dark mode

 

 

 

 

 

Price:

 

 

$39 USD (for Desktop version)

 

 

$18.99 USD (for iOS version) 

 

 

*Note that the Trial version for Windows & Mac can be downloaded for free: here

 

 

 

 

 

 



 Aurora DSPWe are a team of sound engineers, producers and developers. We worked with hundreds of musicians, tried many amps and effects, played countless guitars, heard every way they are played by others - the world of guitar tone seems endless. With over 10 years of experience in the sound engineering field we know that ultimately it’s not about clever, fancy solutions to problems none of us have - what matters is the final sound that you want to achieve. It’s about WHAT we want to do - not about HOW we can do it. 

 

 

 

 

For more information on ‘Mammoth’

 

 

View this article with Korean version:  1   2   3  

 

View this article with Japanese version:  1   2   3

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

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