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ROB PAPEN SubBoomBass 2

The latest update from Rob Papen takes established favourite SubBoomBass to its second generation. Dave Gale shakes the room with some boom…
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Plug-ins have a habit of falling into a number of itemised categories – and in the case of SubBoomBass 2, there’s no doubting where its intentions lie. Many Rob Papen devotees don’t just like his plug-ins, they love them, and will go to great lengths to tell you why. So let’s jump into some lower tones and work it out for ourselves.

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