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  • Which is you favourite VST chorus?

    I can't seem to find a really good stereo chorus plug-in to use with my guitar tracks. My favourite sounds today comes from tc electronics 1210, Dynomypiano TriStereo Chorus and my old tc electronics SCF pedal.

    Any suggestions?

    Cheers,

    Mats N
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  • #2
    Take a look at the Audio Damage choruses, Fluid and Vapour. AD doesn't do demo versions, but there are audio demos that give you a good idea of what these plugs sound like.

    Fluid:
    http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD016

    Vapour:
    http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD017

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    • #3
      TimeWorks Phaser Model88 is a chorus plug I use

      http://www.sonictimeworks.com/products.php

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      • #4
        There is a Chorus (Multieffect VST-- chorus/phaser/flange) that comes default with SONAR 8. To me it sounds best... most suave-sounding and not overly goopy-soupy, or jangly, like others can.
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          http://www.lesliesanford.com/SanfordSuperChorus.shtml
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          • #6
            Blue Cat Chorus...I dunno if it's the best, but it's purty good and it's free.
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            • #7
              I can't seem to find a really good stereo chorus plug-in to use with my guitar tracks. My favourite sounds today comes from tc electronics 1210, Dynomypiano TriStereo Chorus and my old tc electronics SCF pedal.


              Do you actually have a TriStereo Chorus? Or are you saying, that's the sound you like? Because, man, if I had one of those, I'd forget about plugins; I'd run my tracks out to the hardware and back!

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              • #8
                Blue Cat Chorus...I dunno if it's the best, but it's purty good and it's free.


                Wow -- it's more than purty good (and so are the flanger and phaser in the free pack). When they first ported their stuff over to the Mac, they were Leopard-only, and I was still on Tiger, so I couldn't try them. Thanks for the tip -- these are keepers!

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                • #9
                  By coincidence I'm looking for a good chorus/phaser for electric piano - Scarbee's to be specific.

                  Anyone use the CE-1 stompbox VST from Universal Audio that runs on the UAD-1 or UAD-2 cards? I'd like an opinion before spending the $99.

                  nat whilk ii

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                  • #10

                    Anyone use the CE-1 stompbox VST from Universal Audio that runs on the UAD-1 or UAD-2 cards? I'd like an opinion before spending the $99.


                    If you have a UAD card, you should be able to activate the CE-1 demo, unless you activated it in the past and it timed out. I tried it a long time ago, and it sounded, well, just like I remember a CE-1 sounding, but I opted for the Dimension D instead (not that the D is a real chorus; I just found it more useful to me). The UAD Space Echo, btw, is amazing. Put it on a Rhodes with the tape wobble on and it sounds exactly like Chick Corea on the first RTF album...

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                    • #11
                      Then of course, there is that remarkable DX plugin called CLONE ENSEMBLE


                      http://www.cloneensemble.com


                      .....where you dial in as many duplicates of your original voice as you want.... up to 32 clones.
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                      • #12
                        Wow -- it's more than purty good (and so are the flanger and phaser in the free pack). When they first ported their stuff over to the Mac, they were Leopard-only, and I was still on Tiger, so I couldn't try them. Thanks for the tip -- these are keepers!


                        Oh, cool. I didn't know what to compare it to since I don't know other VST plugins. The Blue Cat stuff always sounded good to me, though. Glad you like 'em!!!!! And yeah, the flanger and phaser are good too. And they seem to be nice people, having written to 'em a couple of times.
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                        • #13
                          Do you actually have a TriStereo Chorus? Or are you saying, that's the sound you like? Because, man, if I had one of those, I'd forget about plugins; I'd run my tracks out to the hardware and back!


                          No I don't actually own a TriStereo. I have a friend who owns one and it sounds wonderful. I used to have a 1210 but had to sell it at one time but I still do own the tc SCF I bought back in 1984.

                          Cheers,

                          Mats N
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                          • #14
                            Thanks everyone for your suggestions. If you have more keep them coming.

                            Cheers,

                            Mats N
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                            • #15
                              Just to :thu::thu: on that Blue Cat freeware. On my Scarbee Rhodes, it's just right - makes the sound float and drift just enough, no obvious repeating pulses, just a sweet amorphous ambience.....yow!

                              nat whilk ii

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