FX - Chorus Echo
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
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.