We've added tempo sync to the
individual LFOs to make it more useful in a modern
DAW environment, but otherwise left it pretty much
Pulse Speed: These three
knobs control the rate of the individual LFOs. If
the sync switch for an LFO is engaged (the "1", "2",
and "3" switches on the bottom) that LFO will be
synchronized to host tempo and the knob will select
different tempo divisions.
Pulse Depth: Perhaps
unsurprisingly, these three knobs control the depth
of the individual LFOs. That is to say, they control
how much each LFO affects the dry signal.
Boost Amount: This is
labelled as it is on the real pedal. However, the
label implies a boost circuit, but in fact it was
more of a fuzz. We've modeled it as a fuzz but
called it "Boost" as well.
Pulse Shape: This controls
the waveshape of all three LFOs.
Installation: For Windows,
unzip PulseModulator.dll and place it in your VST
plug-ins folder. For OS X, unzip the archive and
place PulseModulator.VST in your VST folder and
PulseModulator.component in your AU folder.
PulseModulator is available as a
freeware effect plug-in for Windows and Mac (VST/AU).