Hi. I'm using NAT3 version 1.3.505B, trying to create a new library.
Using the various sessions run both online and offline to sample hardware or software tremolos, I've been unable to generate tremolo programs that:
A. Are in sync with the LFO rate of the unit being sampled.
(The tremolo programs I create end up being either too fast, too slow, or asymmetrical-sounding. I want to get as close as possible to a 1:1 copy of the tremolo being sampled. I'm trying to capture both the LFO's Rate and it's shape.)
B. Follow the tempo of the host. I would actually be okay with the vintage hardware not syncing up to the DAW hosting N4. But, even the programs produced by offline sampling software tremolos that were BPM-synced with the host...do not sync.
[*]How do I need to set NAT3 so that the program it produces will preserve both the LFO rate and the LFO shape of the unit being sampled?
[*]How do I need to set things so that either NAT3 or N4 will tempo-sync the programs I create with NAT3?
[*]Is it possible to have multi time-variant sessions?
(I'm basically wondering if it would be possible to have templates with switches that toggle note divisions. One of the pedals I'm sampling has a switch that doubles the LFO rate. Just being able to have a switch like that would be cool!)
[*]I'm curious. On the 'Offline Sampling' page, what do the 'Sync' and 'Fmod' buttons control?
I've tried the following 'Offline' 'Time Variants' sessions (to no avail):
[*]Long TMV (software flanger or chorus) - OFFLINE
[*]Long TMV (software flanger) - OFFLINE
[*]Short TMV (software generic faster) - OFFLINE
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