Chorus effects for the Z-DSP thicken incoming sound and create animation within the sound’s harmonic structure. In addition, they provide an excellent tool for mono to stereo processing of any incoming sound, or even a whole mix, producing a stereo widening effect.
The card contains eight digital algorithms inspired by a set of the most classic analog chorus effect ever made, hardware like the Dimension D, Solina String Ensemble, and other very rare devices. True to the modular spirit, the control parameters offer a wide range from subtle and smooth to fast LFO modulation and sea sick wobbles, with a lot of sweet spots in between.
Using the Z-DSP’s own stereo analog feedback path to apply feedback to the effects results in beautiful, lush, and organic animated drones. Using those feedback inputs as an additional 2 input channels of direct injection into the DSP chip, the Z-DSP can take up to 4 external sources for generating impressive stereo drones with a classic chorus touch. The end result is a great tool for the design of atmospheric sounds completely contained in the modular environment.