New version. Requires Audacity 2.1 (soon to be released) or later.
The interface is a little different from the previous version.
The default has one numeric value set for "Vibrato speed" and one for "Vibrato depth". This will give a constant vibrato at the specified depth and speed.
The text boxes will also accept multiple numeric values separated by spaces. In this case, the supplied values will be evenly distributed between the start and end of the selection, providing a smooth transition from one value to the next.
Example: Setting the "Vibrato speed" to:
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0 30 0
This will cause the vibrato speed to gradually increase from zero to 30 Hz and back down to zero.
1) This version overcomes the 999,999 sample limit and may now be used on longer audio without error. However, when processing long selections there will be a gradual deterioration in sound quality due to cumulative rounding errors (not that a vibrato effect is often used on sounds much more than a few seconds duration).
2) In common with most other time stretching effects, the length of the selected audio may change slightly as a result of processing (though usually only by a very small amount).