Another has-to-be-useful feature of Vintage Modulator is its 'through time zero' design, which allows you to run the modulation signal ahead of the dry unmodulated signal. This, in turn, allows you to get various unusual mix combinations of dry and wet signals - ranging from comb-filtering to pre-echo effects, which may sound especially creamy with pad-like synth sounds.
* Vintage sound mode
* Through time zero design
* Factory presets
* "A-to-B" comparisons
* Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
* All sample rates supported
* 64-bit internal precision
* Native assembler DSP code
* Windows 98 or any later Windows OS
* About 1 MB of harddisk space
* 500 MHz processor
* Audio application supporting VST plug-ins
Version 1.3, 27-sep-2005
* Delay parameter implemented for additional control.
* Wet Cut parameter implemented which roll-offs higher frequencies in the wet signal.
* OpPhasing parameter added which controls phase relations between modulation voices.
* "Latency Off" global switch implemented which disables "through time zero" functionality, but reduces plug-in's latency to zero.
My name is Stefan Svartling. I am 45 years old & lives in Sweden. I'm running a website called Svartling Network. It's tightly integrated with Google+. It's actually Google+ that is my main "blog", a modern blog, my social "RSS" feed, and not the old traditional boring normal text blog with an old RSS feed. So please follow me on Google+ to discuss my thoughts and musings about technology & gadgets.
I have over 56,000 followers on Google+, and over 16 million views of my posts!
Follow me and my posts on Google+ (call it subscribing if you want, it's the new RSS)
Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel - the Svartling Network!
Follow me on Twitter: @svartling
Be a Fan on FaceBook: Svartling Network