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  • #16
    (Footnote to my earlier post, above

    The Cakewalk chorus plugin I like so well is called SpectraFX. Some quite sophisticated chorusing presets.
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    • #17

      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.


      It's pretty damn close to the real thing with some extras tossed in. The Dimension D is great as well. The Roland bundle is nice, that way you get the Space Echo as well.
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      • #18
        Just to 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!

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        Thanks!!!! So glad you like it. It's free...and it sounds really great and they seem like a friendly company!!!

        I was listening to one of my rough mixes in the car earlier today, thinking, "Hey, I wonder what I did with that acoustic guitar? It sure sounds big and full and beautiful!!!!" And I ended up opening it up this evening to find that I had a Blue Cat Chorus on it. Wow. I did it a few months ago and didn't remember what I did to it, but the client wanted me to work on that a little bit, and so when I saw that Blue Cat Chorus on the acoustic guitar track, I just smiled and thought, "So *that's* what's doing it!"
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        • #19
          Yeah, I have the Blue Cat as well. I like it.
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          • #20
            I have no idea how it stacks up compared to everything listed or if it would be a good fit for your particular application as the only other chorus plug-in I have any experience with is Audio Damage Liquid (which I also like) but I can say that I really like the D16 Group's Syntorus.

            http://www.d16.pl/syntorus
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            • #21
              Get two, three, four, whatever vibrato plug-ins. Run them in parallel and set them to different rates. Sum them together in mono. Sonic Nirvana! Not only that, but with proper tweaking, you can also do killer flanging.

              Even better: Modulate the speed of one or two of them from a highly integrated (smoothed) envelope off your guitar.

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              BTW Mats - I sent you a copy of the epic Hall E video you hosted for your viewing enjoyment. You outdid yourself this year, and it should be posted in the HC Theater soon. I still have to separate it into four parts to put on YouTube, though. Thanks Mats!!
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                This is a big secret so I hope you read this message soon. It will self-destruct in five minutes.


                Can you set that to three weeks, I am a slow reader.

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                • #23
                  BTW Mats - I sent you a copy of the epic Hall E video you hosted for your viewing enjoyment. You outdid yourself this year, and it should be posted in the HC Theater soon. I still have to separate it into four parts to put on YouTube, though. Thanks Mats!!


                  Hi Craig,

                  Just downloaded it but haven't seen it yet. Thanks for the "promotion". Hope loads of people watch it.

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                  • #24
                    Craig, do you have any favorite vibrato plugins?
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                    • #25
                      Get two, three, four, whatever vibrato plug-ins. Run them in parallel and set them to different rates. Sum them together in mono. Sonic Nirvana! Not only that, but with proper tweaking, you can also do killer flanging.

                      Even better: Modulate the speed of one or two of them from a highly integrated (smoothed) envelope off your guitar.

                      This is a big secret so I hope you read this message soon. It will self-destruct in five minutes.


                      Oh, dear....will the EQ Magazine article that you wrote that in also self-destruct in five minutes?
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                      • #26
                        That one was about flanging, this post was about chorus...admittedly similar, but with some subtle differences.
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