I bought one of the new Ladik LFOs called Delayed LFO. Seems to be ideal for adding either fade-in vibrato effects (which brass players incorporate) or a fade-out burst at audio rate that gets triggered at the initial part of the sound. Unfortunately it only goes up to 30Hz. According to the SOS article the ideal burst for brass is at 80Hz. I’m waiting for mine to arrive so I’ll report back with my findings. I already contacted Ladik and he said it’s possible to triple the frequency range but the internal filtering of the module also needs to change, which will lead to less edge/more rounded waveforms.
I decided against the modification as I aim to use a triangle LFO for vibrato at the end of a long sustained note; for brass.
Might be something of interest for you.
I still haven’t tried the DC offset. Has anyone utilized inverse feedback in their patches? I’m considering swapping my Serge Resonant EQ for the Random*Source version in order to save space and take advantage of the internal feedback option. I’m curious how inverse feedback will sound - I assume it’ll hollow out the sound, which could be interesting.
Also, check the Elby Velocitizer module out. I recently found out about it and it seems interesting as an enhancer of breath control.