Most people tend to overlook that MeldaProductions free MTremolo offers free custom shapes, sync, left/right offseting for width, Modulators and stuff already since ages. Sure, the GUI is not everyones cup of coffee, but for real nerds, Melda is truely an alternative. And GUI is getting better and better. If you find you enjoy Melda, you can think about going to use the commercial route which then offers Multiband-Tremolo. Anyway. I don't know why Melda uses the name "Tremolo", when it's actually a volume shapping tool.
Anyway here's a selction of free'n'easy stuff for you to compare. I'm a Melda fan and stick to it because their stuff is really deep... your call.
Has a beautiful UI which allows for the creation of amazing volume automation effects, will probably be using it in my projects a lot as I am experimenting with other music genres like EDM, Future Bass and Dubstep. Keep up the good work.
Can't believe I created an account on kvr just to write here. Ableton does not recognize your plugin. In the installation it says it goes to "C:Program FilesCommon FilesVST3" but there's nothing there after. I wasted my day trying to find the vst3 to put in the right folder, and nothing. I'm so pissed.
Please fix this. The plugin looks pretty decent. The first decent free volumeshaper ever. Or consider making the file available for manual installation, I don't understand why every company doesn't do that.
@ThalesChap I've added a direct download of the .vst3 on the website (https://zeeks.app), please email the support address there if you have any more issues so I could get some more information. Cheers.
If there was an unencumbered way to release VST2 these days, I would be happy to -- it's all policy annoyance at this point due to unnamed company dropping support for it and strongly preventing new people from distributing VST2, but I'm perfectly able to build it...