Photographers love the light available in the golden hour (just after the sun rises and before it sets) and blue hour (just before the sun rises and after it sets). Part of the reason for that is that the sun is low in the sky, or not in the sky at all, so light has a particular softness and directionality that's hard to duplicate. But part is also due to the very warm or cool color of the light.
Is there a way to simulate the beautiful hues of golden hour and blue hour using the white balance and/or color temperature settings on a camera? (Or any other settings?)
I know about changing the color of ambient light using flash combined with color temperature, like using an orange gel on a flash and tungsten setting on camera to shift ambient light toward blue. I'm looking for techniques that give the apperance of everything being bathed in golden hour light without the hassle of waking up at dawn.