A 3-in-1 combo virtual pedal, giving you breathtaking bucket-brigade analog delay, three lush plate reverbs and a true tube saturation. We all know the delicate tweaks needed to get a sound to “sit” in the mix. The name of this plugin, Lunar Lander, came about from the easiness of getting this task done.
Primarily designed to tame your aggressive analog synthesizers to sit in the mix, but you will find it working well with just about any other sound source. Put it on your plastic sounding soft synth, and crank the saturation up, and transform your Chihuahua synth to a Dobermann Synth ?
Try Tap Tempo your bpm and crank up the regenerate knob on the Delay Module and get the track grooving.
Try Lunar Lander on Bass Guitar and get that larger than life sound. Do you want that 80s soaking reverb sound? Switch to Plate 3 and you are there in a second.
...complete, I test to see if I oversample before entering the engine, will it help the sound? In case of Lunar Lander, I chose a 2x oversampling. In case of P42, we tested 1x against 2x, then 1x against 4x, then against 8x and then against 16x. In the blind test (4 or 5 out of...
cause it s delay and reverb maybe, people are more intrested into saturation cause it s where there is the more room for improvement , i think you should add different switchable tubes to p42 or make a other saturator with a different flavor that would be great.
...my work and demo Siren instead. After using P42 almost on every channel in almost every project I've also grabbed Lunar Lander, and It's became my goto “space” plugin. Pulsar making wonders and there's compressor coming. Good days. P.S. P900, is there any chances to add LFO in Siren for more classic filtering experience?