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The Twin Reeler is a modulation effect, producing a reeling stereo vibrato by twisting the time scale with a different modulation function on each output channel. The plugin can be used as a simple vibrato on a mono signal path, add space to mono-to-stereo signals with moderate parameter settings, or create lurching chaos by turning the knobs up.
The feature that distinguishes Twin Reeler from a standard vibrato plugin is the random modulation modes. Both width and depth can be set to take random values throughout the processing. This means that the modulation curves will change during play-back, making the vibrato effect more varied and unpredictable compared to a standard vibrato plugin. Of course you can also select to use Twin Reeler in fixed mode to achieve a classic vibrato effect, with a constant modulation curve.
Minimum and maximum width of the modulation function. Higher values will result in a slower vibrating effect.
In random mode, the width of each modulation phase will be randomized to a value between current min and max parameter values. In fixed mode, width is constant and takes the current value of the max parameter.
Minimum and maximun depth of the modulation function. Higher values will result in a deeper vibrato effect, altering the pitch of the sound more.
In random mode, the depth of each modulation phase will be randomized to a value between current min and max parameter values. In fixed mode, depth is constant and takes the current value of the max parameter.
By default, each output channel will have its own independent modulation function. When synchronization is turned on, one common function is used for all output channels.
When synchronization is turned on, the common modulation function can be offset between the output channels.