BBE D82 Sonic Maximizer
BBE D82 Sonic Maximizer

D82 Sonic Maximizer, Excitador/Enhancer Software from BBE.

Price engine
content in English
moosers 25/03/2009

BBE D82 Sonic Maximizer : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


  • Like
  • Tweet
  • +1
  • Email
The BBE Sonic Maximizer plug-in was a breeze to install, as I had no compatibility issues with my configuration at all. Overall, it was a quick process without any issues at all. The interface of the plug-in is extremely easy to follow, as it just has three knobs - one for lo contour, one for process, and one for output level. It also has an in/out button (bypass), and has a meter on the right. I don't have a manual for this, but it is very easy to use and you shouldn't need a manual if you don't have one.


I am running the BBE Sonic Maximizer plug-in on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I run the plug-in both in Cubase SX and Pro Tools LE 7.4, with a Digi 002R audio interface. I haven't had a problem running a few of these at once with this configuration, and it always runs pretty smoothly for me. While I don't think I have ever used more than three of these at once, I have never had a need to, so it suits my needs great.


I've been using the BBE Sonic Maximizer plug-in for about four years and have found this exciter plug-in to helpful in a number of different settings. I usually use this to add a bit of brilliance to sounds that sound dull. I have used it on both electric and acoustic guitars, as well as some vocals. The ease of use makes it a quick process to get the sounds you want from it, and the price is extremely cheap. This low price tag makes it great for home studio and professional studio owners. It will only cost $100 USD and to me it is worth it because I use this fairly often. While it is not a necessity for your plug-in suite, it is nice to have in my arsenal when I need it.