This category includes effects like tremolos and auto-filters. All libraries have LFO programs with various shapes and the most advanced control scheme you’ll find in any Nebula LFO-based programs, allowing you to place the sweep range exactly where you want it. Most of these libraries also offer envelope following modulation programs as well. They all also have programs with Nebula’s own LFOs and envelope followers disabled, so you can use your DAW’s modulation instead, or with the filter programs you can just set them to a fixed position. The Yourei set doubles as an equalizer when used this way.
The main intention behind this set is for a nice filter special effect that can be used on anything. However, I believe it can be used to get a more authentic guitar wah type effect ‘in the box’ as well.
Custom-made tremolos. These weren’t sampled from actual tremolo hardware effects. Instead they were created from 10 different hardware chains using various pieces hardware. The basic tremolo effect is volume level modulated by an LFO. So to make these, something in each sampled chain was sampled with a gain control set to various positions. Then the LFO in Nebula is used to modulate between those positions. That’s just the basic foundation of these effects. There is a lot more going on…
This is part two of the collection of programs based on this unit.