Currently Being ModeratedNov 30, 2011 12:27 PM (in response to doomsayer666)Re: Are any of the M9 Chorus' TRUE Stereo Chorus???
I'm sure the 3 chorus' output a stereo field. I wonder whether you have an active mono effect after (downstream of) the chorus, as that will sum the chorus stereo to mono.
Just to elaborate (this is what I hear):
ANALOG CHORUS: The chorus effect is mainly L, R is pretty well dry.
TRI-CHORUS: Depth 1 affects mainly L, Depth 2 affects R+L, and Depth 3 affects mainly R.
DIMENSION: The L and R wave forms are 180 degrees out of phase. Also, there is some weird and wonderful subtle cross feedback going on.
By the way, and sorry to be pedantic, but just to keep the terminology standard, TRUE stereo means that the effect retains the stereo field of an upsteam effect...eg, the M9 stereo delay is true stereo; put the Flying Pan before it and you will still hear the pan as well as stereo delays. In this sense, the M9 chorus' are not true stereo, because they sum their L and R inputs for processing. (Put stereo delay before chorus, turn chorus mix to 100%, you'll lose your stereo delay). But of course, what you were asking was ' do they output in stereo?'.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 6, 2011 8:30 AM (in response to doomsayer666)Re: Are any of the M9 Chorus' TRUE Stereo Chorus???
goldglob's answer above is correct. Thank you for taking the time to describe the chorus parameters and how they work when used in stereo. If you would like to see a different behavior from the M9 choruses, please submit your feedback directly our developers using the form at the link below:
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