SoundSpot – Nebula FX 1.0.2 (VST, VST3, AAX, AU) [WIN.OSX x86 x64]

By | July 9, 2018


Year / Date of Issue : 05.2018
Version : 1.0.2
Developer : SoundSpot
Developer’s site : SoundSpot
Format : VST, VST3, AAX, AU
Bit depth : 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka : cured
System requirements : MAC: OS X 10.7 – 10.12 (32 & 64-bit)
WiN: Windows 7, 8 and 10 (32 & 64-bit)

Description : Nebula is a multi-effect plug-in that has stereo delay, chorus, flanger, filter and LFO, which you can use to add real madness to your music.
In the plug-in, 5 modules can be used individually or according to a predetermined signal path. Just click the icons at the top of the plugin to activate the effect. The on / off buttons work independently of the module selection buttons, which is useful when you are working with another module, and want to quickly bypass other effects for the A / B test.
The Delay module has many functions that allow you to create depth and space for your sounds. You can delete any unwanted frequencies with the filter button that opens a separate section, works in mono or stereo mode, linking the left and right channels, adding variations to the left or right signal (note with a dot / triplet), controls the feedback and mixing effect . The display provides users with visual feedback, so you can make precise decisions when designing a signal delay.
The Chorus module can be used to add extra width to the sound, creating the effect of a detuned instrument. The speed parameter allows users to select the speed of the effect, while the depth controls the desired pitch change. Feedback controls the amount of modulated signal that is returned, and the mix parameter allows you to blend the effect with the original signal. There is also the possibility of switching between mono and stereo.
The LFO module is the place where magic happens and you can use it to revitalize your sound design. The left part of the module has a common selector, which allows controlling various parameters in other modules. The LFO itself has 4 different waveforms, including sawtooth, sinusoidal, triangular and square. Each of the waves can be reversed independently to create a polar opposite to the effect. The LFO time can be set from 1/32 to 32 cycles and can be used to create an effect, for example, percussion grooves or an effect that modulates the sound for a longer time. The range parameter indicates which part of the effect is applied to the original signal.
The Flanger module can be used to add additional motion to the sound. Using slow speed will create an elusive movement, while using fast speed will create a dramatic effect. Depth controls the disturbance of the signal, and the feedback controls the amount of the modulated signal that returns. The mix parameter can be used to mix the effect in a mix or to be controlled with an LFO for gradual or rapid changes over time. Flanger also includes the same mono-stereo control as Chorus, which means that you can have one effect working in the middle channel or on the entire stereo field at once.
The Filter module works on the entire signal and can be controlled by an LFO. The module has medium, side and stereo modes, which gives great flexibility for controlling the final signal. The filter has a cut of low and high frequencies in the range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, plus a slope steepness control that covers from 12 dB to 48 dB per octave.



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