Roundup: LFOs, tremo­los and mod­u­la­tors

Wobble, wag­gle and wig­gle your way to vic­tory with six of the most mind­blow­ing mod­u­la­tors avail­able on the vir­tual mar­ket today! eaReckon EARe­volve €79

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This plugin is, at its core, based on the clas­sic Les­lie ro­tat­ing speaker ef­fect, but the Lille-based de­vel­op­ers have created it with more lay­ers of com­plex­ity than an onion. There’s a ded­i­cated Cho­rus mod­ule, two in­de­pen­dent left and right de­lay times, horn and drum split, speed, ac­cel­er­a­tion, de­cel­er­a­tion, and start and stop with choice of ‘Park An­gle’. There’s a move­ment path for the en­tire speaker in­side a vir­tual room, clock­wise or anti-clock­wise, with Room Size and speaker Di­am­e­ter, and to cap it all off, em­u­la­tion of two vir­tual mi­cro­phones and their po­si­tion­ing in the vir­tual room.

Too much, you say? Well, if you’re just us­ing it to give a synth part a lit­tle more depth, then maybe so – but if you’re us­ing EARe­volve on a sig­nif­i­cant el­e­ment of a track (gui­tar or piano, maybe), it’s a must-have.



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