Chorusing

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An electronic treatment, associated chiefly with the synthesizer and the electric guitar, applied to a signal to give the impression of a multitude of voices. It is based on the use of several parallel delay lines, each with a random variation of delay time centred on 30-40 ms, the chorus effect is used, as its name suggests, to create the impression of multiple sound sources from a ’solo’ input. (Source - Richard Dobson (1992). A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology. Oxford University Press.)

 

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Delay, Filter, Flanging

 

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