Chorus-60 was designed to be a standalone version of the chorus implemented in U-NO-60.
Here are some key features of “Chorus 60”:
￭ Characteristics of the Juno-60 chorus
￭ 2 modes
￭ Dry/wet adjustable
￭ Volume knob
￭ Low CPU
￭ VST Host System
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Even if a synth looper is not your cup of tea, choruses work really good for chopping other instruments without a lot of CPU. Chorus-60 was designed to be a standalone version of the chorus implemented in U-NO-60.
Chorus 60 makes use of both amplitude and pitch modulation, therefore the sound more resembles U-NO-60′ s chorus, and at the same time you can use this chorus by itself.
The chorus is controlled by 2 parameters:
￭ The first one is amplitude modulation rate (AMR);
￭ The second one is pitch modulation rate (PMR).
These rates are set in the range of 0.6 to 10 Hz.
One can choose either 1-time or 2-time rate.
For example, with PMR = 1 (1 time), each syllable will get a pitch jump of 1 semitone, and the AMR will modulate the pitch at 0.8 Hz.
With 2 time PMR, each syllable will get a pitch jump of 2 semitones and the AMR will modulate the pitch at 1.6 Hz.
The chorus can be turned on/off by using the VST function.
Like most of the VST plugins by U-No, Chorus-60’s sound is similar to Juno 60 but more powerful and controllable.
Additionally you may also control the chorus with the gate control. This control will let you define how many pitch jumps will be in each syllable.
An example is “C2-2 Pitch” – it means that the chorus will only jump 2 semitones in each syllable. And “C3-2 Pitch” – it means that the chorus will only jump 3 semitones in each syllable.
If you leave the gate control at C3-2 Pitch, the chorus will go as fast as possible (with the maximum/outer “rate” AMR/PMR of 10 Hz/10 Hz).
C4-2 Pitch – The chorus will be a bit faster – with the inner AMR/PMR of 5 Hz/5 Hz.
C5-2 Pitch – The chorus will be the fastest (with the inner AMR/PMR of 2 Hz/2 Hz).
To add choruses to your tracks, you may try the easy-to-use “U-No Choruses from Audio to MIDI” plugin.
In the plugin you may create
Cracked Chorus-60 With Keygen is a standalone version of Chorus-60 chorus.
It can be used with the Chorus-60 chorus just like Juno-60
Chorus 60 provides 2 modes. “Wet” and “Dry”.
You can choose either “Wet” or “Dry” mode from the “Switch” menu.
Here are some differences of the “Wet” and “Dry” mode:
￭ Wet mode is the same as Juno 60
￭ Dry mode is different from Juno 60
And here are some differences of the “Dry” mode from “Juno-60” chorus:
￭ Wet mode is same as Juno-60 chorus
￭ Dry mode is the same as Juno-60 chorus
￭ Dry mode provides a better effect in “Dry” mode
￭ Dry mode is designed to be used with auto compressor.
It is possible to apply some plugins (e.g. Compressor)
to get a better effect in “Dry” mode
If you use the “Dry” mode, you need to use the dry control because
the chorus works differently in “Wet” and “Dry” mode.
Chorus 60 provides a Volume knob to control the overall volume level.
Users can control the overall volume level by the Volume knob
or any other method (e.g. Master fader).
If you use the “Wet” mode, you need to control the chorus level
because it takes the volume from other plugins that you use.
You can use the following plugins as an example (check the documentation of the plugins that you use):
￭ Compressor (if you use).
￭ EQ (if you use).
￭ Reverb (if you use).
￭ Wah (if you use).
There are 2 chorus types. “MIDI Chorus” and “Clock Chorus” (see below).
MIDI Chorus is optimized for the performance of a musical instrument.
The user will experience a smoother sound in a musical instrument.
These are some key features of MIDI Chorus:
￭ MIDI Chorus can be used as an envelope generator.
￭ Compression (the “MIDI Chorus” can be used as a compressor).
￭ Filter (if you use
￭ Taking inspiration from the Juno-60, the chorus incorporates
a more complex algorithm than U-NO-60, which means that several
of the chorus features are upgraded to provide superior sound
quality. Unlike U-NO-60, chorus uses a fully wet reverb which
simulates the small room size. The mixture setting of the chorus
simulates the pre-amp/echo/diffusion effect. In addition, the
volume knob is now fully implemented.
You can choose between a dry and a wet setting when using chorus.
With the dry setting, the effect is completely off while
attributes like the mix and delay are set to 100% of the effect
The wet setting only activates a reverb simulation while all
other effects are completely turned off.
Chorus in real-time:
The chorus is automatically turned on and off by pressing the X or
Y key (Y is used to switch between the two modes). In a dry
setting, the effect is completely turned off. When using a wet
setting, the effect is turned on to its maximum value. There is
not direct control of the current chorus level; instead, the
automatically switch between the two modes (dry/wet). It is
possible to control the effect for the two modes independently
using the parameters in the effect’s section.
Chorus-60 has two modes of operation, both with a dedicated solo
￭ Basic mode
￭ Advanced mode
(Please note that the solo control cannot be used when using
the feature “reverb simulation”, and will only work in basic
In basic mode, only the dry setting of chorus is activated.
This mode simulates the effect of chorus in a small “boom box”
type of room. The effect can be controlled with the X or Y key
(The volume knob can be used to control the sound level). The
effect cannot be adjusted in this mode. The chorus level,
channel balance and reverb settings can be adjusted in the
master channel section.
In advanced mode, chorus is completely turned on. The channel
balance can be adjusted in the master channel section. The
effect can be controlled by the X or Y key (The volume knob can
be used to control the sound level). The chorus level,
reverb settings and
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Chorus-60 chorus consists of several parts which are separated using different parameters. I have divided the chorus into 3 sub-choruses:
￭ The vocals
￭ The rhythm guitars
￭ The lead guitars
1. Vocals Sub-chorus
Vocals Sub-chorus is the part for vocals that is being played on top of the drum and bass. The vocals sub-chorus consists of 4 parts:
￭ Vocal Response
The vocals are processed with the Juno-60s “vocal processors” including the “VOCAL ARP” (a.k.a. the vocal enhancer).
Chorus: The chorus effect is basically a high-pass filter whose cutoff frequency is set to 25. Using the cutoff knob, you can adjust the amount of high-pass filtering.
Ensemble: The ensemble effect is used to enhance the vocals. In it, there is a “peaking” feature that can be used to increase the amount of high-pass filtering.
Vocal Response: The vocal response is a compressor that is used to compress the vocals such that the volume level is not changed while they are being compressed. It is a widely used effect for vocals, as it keeps the volume level constant and makes the vocals louder.
The vocal processors can all be set via the “vocals” control.
2. Drums and Bass Sub-chorus
The Drums and Bass Sub-chorus is the part for the drums and bass. The drum and bass is composed of the basic drum sound, the snares and the kick drum sound.
The drums and bass is processed with the Juno-60s “drums” and “bass” processors. The drums sub-chorus features 3 effect parameters. The 3 effect parameters can be summed together to create a different effect:
￭ “Dry/Wet Mix”
￭ “Amount of wetness”
The drums sub-chorus is the part for the rhythm guitars. The lead guitars are processed separately from the drums and bass sub-chorus.
The drums and bass sub-chorus is processed with the Juno-60s “drums” and “bass” processors. The drums sub-chorus features 5 effect parameters. The 5
System Requirements For Chorus-60:
Microsoft Windows 7
Intel Pentium 4 1.6 GHz (or higher)
4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended)
30 GB HD space (40 GB recommended)
Windows Media Player
Internet Explorer 7 (or higher)
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