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Classic Roland Chorus
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Check Mate



Joined: Sep 13, 2009
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Location: Germany
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 6:32 am    Post subject: Classic Roland Chorus
Subject description: my first patch
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Hi Guys,

This is actually my real first Patch for the G2.
Since I got all the Roland JX Synths and an Alpha Juno here I wanted to test if I can get the typical Roland Sound out of the G2.
I noticed that the pure OSC Sound of the Roland Synths is almost the same as the sound of the G2 OSC Modules. Maybe my ears are not trained enough but I couldn`t hear any difference.
To me the the Roland Juno/JX`s sound "magical" because of the cheap but gorgeous built in chorus.
After some resaerch on the subject I tried to recreate the classical chorus effect in this Patch because I wanted to apply it to other patches also.
The Ensemble Effect from the Solina etc. did`t sound quite right to me. I think for the Roland Chorus you only need 2 Delay Lines /LFO`s. Of course you can add more of the same to get an even broader sound if you like.
I`m sorry that there are no more variations. I`m still working on it but I enjoy the results already and I thought maybe someone else might like it too. This is a great G2 community here and I wanted to give something back.
Please feel free to leave some comment and critics are also welcome for me to improve!!

Enjoy... Cheers,


P.S.: I`d be glad if someone could give me a hint of how to increase the LFO Rates of both LFO`s with only one knob.

Thanks


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Joined: Feb 21, 2007
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 8:12 am    Post subject: Re: Classic Roland Chorus
Subject description: my first patch
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Check Mate wrote:

P.S.: I`d be glad if someone could give me a hint of how to increase the LFO Rates of both LFO`s with only one knob.


You could use a morph group for this.
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