I'm enjoying this one, in that it instantly makes fizzy sounding soft synths warm and full bodied, a good fattener. the filter itself is ok there's no resonance or anything but warm and indeed analog like. This does roll off quite a bit of top even with the filter at the top so it's not a use on anything job, but for beefing up soft synths, filtering delay sends/reverbs I can see this becoming used in every project. Nice Job..
here is a quick demo i made using the forementioned 'fizzy synth' the free Tal audio U-No-60. As you can hear the original is extremely fizzy and in your face, which of course may have it's uses but adding the T-res kind of makes this digital synth seem organic and real, correcting the frequencies into a full bodied sound. It does take a fair amount of the highest frequencies out which may or may not be desirable, so this is not a discrete filter when the filter is rolled up. But another tool for warming up sounds. The filter action itself is nice but of course won't do squelchy but it sounds deep to my ears. The lfo itself was just a midi part I made to control the cutoff with my controller. Take advantage of the midi learn capabilities of Nebula it really gives you the vibe of playing with a real analog filter..hope this helps
Just quickly messed around some more..this file is the same loop as slow filt one but this has had some top end added back in via The Peak eq and I added a couple of instances of Bogen Console from CDSoundMaster, so a mixed developer demo, but I hope you'll agree that compared to the original there is now a synth with a lot more soul..