Yeah, fun way to make a pretend vinyl record. I made a whole album of acoustic blues and roughed it up and pretended it was recorded in 1935. Warp mode sometimes unavailable for some reason.
If you're going for a vinyl effect, this is a very good free VST to use. You can adjust the wear, the age of the vinyl, how scratched it is and more, so you can tell it's got some great customization abilities.
I give her 3 stars because, though she provides a relatively convincing and tweakable vinyl sound I just find it to be cheesy to add fake crackle and pop so overtly,e ven when doing scratch effects on freshly recorded audio in the box. I use her once in a while, but there's something that rubs me the wrong way about adding noise back into pristine audio. Limiting bandwidth and headroom with speaker simulation or a telephone fitler is one thing, but soemthign about this justs creams inauthentic. but I have it and it tempts me from time to time. I used in an intro recently but tis was very subtle.