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Another kind of chorusing...

Discussion in 'The Rack Space' started by italo de angelis, Apr 11, 2018.

  1. AnalogKid85

    AnalogKid85 Member

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    This is great! :)

    What algorithm did you use for this?
     
  2. italo de angelis

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  3. AnalogKid85

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    My first hunch was that it was the Flanger (S) or Detune (D) algorithms....sounds fairly tight, but not too tight.

    How far off the mark was I? :D
     
  4. jaykay73

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    I'm thinking modulated detune. I hear less detune than Mike Stern would use but with a bit of wobble.

    JK
     
  5. italo de angelis

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    Why this has to be so complicated....
    it's a thread about chorusing... no detune, flanging.
    Any chorus algorithm should work... almost.
     
  6. jaykay73

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    Oh ok, we thought you were being cryptic.

    JK
     
  7. swinginguitar

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    ^ LOLOL I did too - like "Anyone.....wanna take a guess?"
     
  8. italo de angelis

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    "Anyone" meant any chorus algorithm (almost).
    Should have said "Any".... sorry, my bad.
     
  9. swinginguitar

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    lol yep i got it after i re-read it. good for a laugh anyway...i think we're all caught back up now
     
  10. AnalogKid85

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    When does "Flanger(S)" mean you actually have to do flanging with it? ;) Come to think of it, I dont think I've used Flanger(S) for a single flanger preset of mine yet (I have used Comb2 & Aerosol for that, though). Just doesn't sound as "tight" as some of those other algorithms for that.

    The Detune(D) I was a bit off the mark about....even with using LFOs to modulate those, I don't believe it would sound like this, after closer listening.

    Would I be right in saying that's it's not the Chorus algorithm though? Seems like one of the others (Chorus' base delay times sound too far out to get this sound).
     
  11. italo de angelis

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