Inspired by the classic Roland Chorus-Echo units from the 1970s, this unit combines both analog-style delay and chorusing, but includes new features, like stereo width control and a dedicated ‘Dirt’ control for a more gritty sound.
PAGE ONE CONTROLS
Controls the mix of the dry signal and the processed (Wet) signal. The percentage indicated is the amount of the signal that is Wet. Range: 0 to 100%
The value of the Delay control is determined by what MODE is currently enabled. These can be time values or ratio values.
- CHORUS 1 Range: 1ms – 100ms
- CHORUS 2 Range: 5ms – 500ms
- ECHO Range: 50ms – 2000ms
- BPM Range: 1/1 ms, 1/2 ms, 1/4 ms, 1/8 ms, 1/16 ms, 1/32 ms, 1/64 ms, 1/2 D ms, 1/4 D ms, 1/8 D ms, 1/16 D ms, 1/2 T ms, 1/4 T ms, 1/8 T ms, 1/16 T ms.
- NOTE: The D means ‘dotted’ and the T means ‘triplet’
Feeds the delay signal back to the input for echo repeats. Range: 0-100%
Controls the speed of the pitch modulation. Range 0Hz to 8.8Hz
DEPTH Controls the amount of pitch modulation. Range: 0-100%
Four modes are available which determine the character of the Chorus/Echo. The first three modes are time-based, ignoring the host’s tempo. The last mode, BPM, is based on the host’s tempo, and is based on a wide variety of note values.
- CHORUS 1 – Based on short delay range, with a maximum value of 100ms.
- CHORUS 2 – Longer delay, up to half a second.
- ECHO – A very long delay, up to two seconds long.
- BPM – Delays based on musical value (host tempo.)
Inverts the delayed signal, so it’s out of phase with the original signal.
PAGE TWO CONTROLS
Adds a warm distortion to the signal.
A boost/cut control which adds higher or lower frequencies to the sound. Range Tone Dark – Tone Bright
A single tone filter which controls the brightness of the signal. Range: WET/DRY or WET
Controls the width of the stereo image of the Chorus-Echo’s signal. Range: 0-100%
Adjusts the overall output volume. Range: 0 to 13.0 dB.