Slim Slow Slider SimpleTremolo [Freeware]
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Slim Slow Slider SimpleTremolo [Freeware]

SimpleTremolo [Freeware], Software Tremolo/Vibrato from Slim Slow Slider.

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moosers 18/05/2010

Slim Slow Slider SimpleTremolo [Freeware] : Recensione di moosers (content in English)

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Slim Slow Slider's Simple Tremolo is a free plug-in that is indeed exactly what the name states, and it comes in a VST format plug-in. I don't know if it comes in other formats or not, as I've only used it as a VST plug-in in Cubase SX. I honestly don't remember the process of installing this plug-in beyond that I downloaded it and installed it rather quickly and without any problems. The configuration of the plug-in is very simple as well, with parameters just for depth, panner, rate, and waveform. Right off the bat I could tell that this was an easy plug-in to use, and I think that most other users will find this as well, so I don't believe that anyone needs to go looking for a manual.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I'm no longer running the Slim Slow Slider Simple Tremolo plug-in ever since I switched from Cubase SX to Pro Tools a number of years ago, but when I did it was on a Hewlett Packard Pavilion dv8000 lap top that had 2 GB of RAM and a 3.0 Ghz processor. I don't remember ever using more than one instance of this plug-in at a time within this configuration, so I can't say that I really have a good grasp on how well this plug-in will operate. However, the case with most free plug-ins is that they don't take up much processing power, and the best part about it is that you can easily try it for yourself.

OVERALL OPINION

I can't say that the Slim Slow Slider Simple Tremolo is my favorite plug-in, even though it is a free one. I haven't used the plug-in in a few years since I no longer have a compatible system, but even when I was running it I didn't find myself using it very often. It has an okay sound, but I found that I had other tremolo plug-ins in my arsenal where I didn't need to use this one much. Maybe other uses will find this plug-in to be more useful, but for me it lacked depth and an overall realistic tone quality. The beauty of free plug-ins is that you'll be able to try it for yourself to see if it will work for you...