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Soundtoys Tremolator
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moosers moosers
Publié le 10/18/09 à 18:05
I can't speak in detail too much about installing the Soundtoys Tremolator plug-in as the system that I have used it on already had it installed on it, so I wasn't involved in the installation process.  However, I can say that while I have used this plug-in that I haven't had any problems related to installation or otherwise.  The interface of the software isn't hard to follow as it is laid out in a user friendly fashion.  The plug-in has parameters for depth, groove, accent, shape, rhythm, tap tempo, rate, and for input and output levels.  After playing around with the plug-in for a few minutes I found that I was able to understand everything about the plug-in pretty easily, although I'm always finding out new combinations of how to set these parameters in order to get different sounds.  I don't think that a manual is necessary but I can't say for sure because I've never seen the manual and can't say if it would be helpful or not.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have used the Soundtoys Tremolator plug-in on an Apple G5 computer that runs with a Pro Tools HD system and I can't say that I've ever had a problem running this plug-in.  This isn't a plug-in that I have ever had the need to run more than two of at a time though, so I can't say how well it would run beyond this but I would imagine that most people wouldn't be running too many of them in a single session anyway.  How well you can run this plug-in largely depends on the system that you are using, but if you are able to run the plug-ins you have now well enough, I don't think that this one will give you any trouble.


OVERALL OPINION

Overall, Soundtoys Tremolator is a very solid plug-in.  It has a great overall sound and provides a lot parameters so you can really get all sorts of different tremolo type tones.  The price is reasonable as well, so if you are looking for a nice tremolo plug-in to add to your suite, this is absolutely worthy of a trial.  There aren't too many other tremolo plug-ins out there that I would rather use over Soundtoys Tremolator.
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