11-24-2008 07:00 AM
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11-24-2008 07:29 AM
Rack chorus I really like the Korg SDD-3300 or SDD-1200.
Boss made a CE-300 rackmount chorus that is like the stomp boxes, but it is designed for low level signals like guitar and it doesn't like line level stuff like synths. You need a level shifter or you will distort the box.
11-24-2008 08:05 AM
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11-24-2008 10:22 AM
Ableton Live's Chorus.
11-24-2008 10:35 AM
11-24-2008 10:40 AM
That's an easy one :
the chorus in the Roland MKS-20 ofcoarse :rolleyes::thu:
11-24-2008 10:52 AM
Slight tangent, and in full acknowledgement of Eric's riff on the ambiguity of the word chorus, I say this: The middle of TFF's Head Over Heels track has the one of the best examples of flanging I've ever heard. Better than ELO's Medievil Woman, even. Back on topic: best chorus? I really liked the MKS-70 chorus. Not sure if it's the same as the other MKS's. :thu:
I've always liked the chorus on Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Great bridge too.
11-24-2008 12:29 PM
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11-24-2008 02:10 PM
The good thing of the SDX-330 is that it models all these choruses. For my taste the CE-1 to CE-3 do color the sound pretty tough, I prefer the SDD models or the space choruses.
For über-warm lushness Boss CE-1, for super-sweet ear candy, Boss DC-2. - CM
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