Have you just invested in a state-of-the-art guitar multi-fx only to discover you’ve nothing in your home studio to cater for bass? If so, Janus could be the only thing missing..
Janus was designed to be a virtual bass amp for VST-compatible hosts. Using separate Contour-knobs for left and right channels, the user can create their own “mixdown” of the material or retain two separate channels to achieve unique, stereophonic bass-sounds. Janus works best on dry, stereo bass-tracks.
Here are some key features of “ZS Janus”:
￭ Dual Contour-controls for radical tone-shaping
￭ Master volume and treble settings
￭ “Deep” knob to boost ultra-low frequency content
￭ Soft- and Hard-preamp voicing options
￭ Reverb and cabinet resonance controls
￭ Includes 16 presets
￭ PC with VST support
￭ Apart from pre-gain and channel gain, users can’t adjust any other settings. They can, however, cycle through all of the presets.
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ZS Janus is an advanced virtual bass amplifier for VST hosts, which also works via USB with any Steinberg-compatible DAW (example: Cubase).
Janus works best on dry, stereo bass tracks – bass and drums to be precise. It’s instant gratification at its best! As the name implies, Janus offers a unique, bass-centric sound, complete with proper bass cabinet resonances and reverb.
The Janus tone-shaping controls are separated into left and right channels, with easy access to left and right master-volume knobs, an ultra-low frequency “deep-bass” knob and a master reverb control.
Dual channel processing:
You can use one channel for different Bass lines or in a “mono” context.
Clean Wet Dry:
Ideal for subtle and aggressive – you can have them both at once, whatever your mood.
A bass amp with a box makes a bass amp with a much bigger box.
An extremely wide frequency range is matched by a powerful low-frequency punch.
A bass amp with a pair of subwoofers and a middle-of-a-room cabinet generates gargantuan low-end.
Pre-gain and channel-gain can be adjusted, but not from within the presets.
Janus was created using music from a variety of classical sources. The Janus mixer was created to blend sounds from different sources and instruments to recreate this real world sound perfectly – naturally.
The samples included with Janus are listed below. Janus is compatible with any of these VST-samples.
Janus was coded from scratch, using MIDI, at a sample rate of 44100Hz.
“Janus” also features a semi-pro-level “transient” sample, for maximum impact and definition. And for ultra-low end, a “sustain” sample adds a slow decay.
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In our 1993 recording/performance studio, we decided to start using a Fender Vibroverb and the tuner, a Sennheiser MS20. Both cost a fortune and Janus became our “bastard step-dad” for the first few years. His only function was to act as a power-amp. As time went on, the owners of the Fender and MS20 grew anxious for us to start using Janus – Janus had a unique sound and we thought no one would be quite so ecstatic as they were when we got it to work. Now it’s Janus’ time to shine.
Waves Audio Janus Features:
Material Type:VST Application
VST File Size:10.8MB
VST Format:VST 2.x
Number of Instruments:34
Number of Channels:2
Number of Effects:18
Effect Types:Delay, Reverb, Transient, Compressor, Distortion, Limiter, Chorus, Flanger, Tremolo, Stereo Chorus, Chorus Auto, Tape A/B, EQ, Reverb, Effect Loop, “E”, “N”, “?”
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A good sounding plugin
I use this a lot, and have used many plugins that sound very similar to it. I guess there are better plugins, but I have tested this more than most. This plugin will drive me batty if I mix it with a compressor, as it can eat the low end. You have to be careful with the “Soft” and “Hard” settings, as they do not work that same as in mastering. The over all sound is usable and probably a great plugin for an upcoming “bass focus” deck. With my Monte Carlo, and similar decks, this doesn’t sound like it would fit. Overall, great plugin. Not saying that it’s the best by any means, but good for inexpensive music production.
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ZS Janus is designed for use with VST Instrument plugins and hosts. It was designed to be a “virtual bass amp” for use with existing plugins, which act as multi-FX pedals.
It’s important to note that the main purpose of Janus is not to emulate an actual bass amp or to provide bassists with new sound options. It’s not a bass plugin by any means. Janus should be used with plug-ins or host plugins designed for guitar, rather than with bass-specific plugins.
It’s a tool for people who’re interested in experimenting with a new sound. If your current sound is more commercial then the presets included in this package may not sound interesting to you. Janus is “meant” to be a sound-toy, a starter-kit to get adventurous with.
In fact, Janus should inspire you to come up with “unique” sounds, not imitate existing ones.
There are a few “scores” included in this package, but they’re not scores from the original Janus demo. They’re sound-toys I’ve prepared specifically for these new presets. They include a “Main Section” featuring a couple of styles of monophonic bass. The “Master Section” features “Deep” bass and heavy slap-style effects.
If you want to use Janus in a bass track, then of course you can. The effects can be applied as normal.
But the main aim is to get you started with this sound-toy. Feel free to experiment with the presets, and construct your own “custom” sounds. Please remember, even though Janus doesn’t have original presets it can’t compensate for an overdamped tone. It’s not meant to serve as a “lead-punch”.
I hope you enjoy using Janus!
I’ve tried the presets in a few different plugins, but none seem to be sounding right.
Thanks for any help!
Here is a demo of the Janus preset from this package in one of my own plugins, called “Earthquake”. To hear it, open the plug-in and simply go to the left-hand side of your plugin’s audio channels (red curve) to select which preset you want.
￭ MS/MS – Monophonic & Multipath Synthesis
￭ EQ – 12-Band Equalizer
￭ Filter – High, Low, Bandpass, and Reson
What’s New in the ZS Janus?
Janus is a virtual bass multi-fx plugin for PC, Mac, iOS and Android. Using separate Contour-knobs for left and right channels, users can create their own “mixdown” of the material, or retain two separate channels to achieve unique, stereophonic bass-sounds.
Janus works best on dry, stereo bass-tracks. For new producers, Janus is your lightweight, state-of-the-art tool to create your own unique bass fx.
Janus is the only bass multi-fx plugin with full, independent control over left and right channels.
When the Janus MC says “Deep”, Janus is going deep! With an independent control over left and right channels, Janus lets you dial in bass heads – to really get a firm low-end note.
Janus includes 16 realistic sounding presets – ideal for producers wanting to apply authentic bass-sounds to their mixes from the get-go.
Janus is plug-in independent. Janus can be driven from any VST host, and is fully compatible with a range of hosts including:
￭ Steinberg Cubase
￭ Ableton Live
￭ Native Instruments TRAKTOR
￭ FL Studio
￭ Sony ACID
See for more details, and feel free to contact the author if you have any questions.
Why go to the trouble of doing your own mixing when a simple stereo pan-swap will do the trick? If you need to apply that subtle 70:30, 30:70 stereo mix to all tracks in your composition, and you’d prefer not to have to re-compute the panning every time you change a setting, you might consider using a panner that handles these tasks for you.
Panner: A panner is a device which alters the overall mix of a stereo signal. Typically, panning increases the mix of the left channel, and decreases the mix of the right channel. This process can be completed on any stereo signal, stereo pair, or even a mono source.
If you want to apply a stereo mix to every track in your composition, without having to manually track the panning of each track, panners can be a great solution.
In this lesson we’ll look at some of the most commonly used panning techniques.
Well, first of
System Requirements For ZS Janus:
Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (32-bit)
2 GHz Dual Core Processor or 1 GHz equivalent single core processor
1GB of RAM
Download size is approx 7.99MB
Windows | 41 MB
Step 1: If you haven’t already downloaded it click here to do so.
Step 2: Run the setup and follow the instructions.
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