There’s a new free chorus plugin available from Oblivion Sound Lab.
The free plugin is called OSL Chorus, and it’s available in VST and AU formats for Windows and Mac, with support for both 32 and 64-bit systems.
It’s a nice-sounding chorus effect that works well on guitars and synths, among other things.
It’s based on the chorus effect from Roland’s Juno 60’s synth.
The default settings emulate the original unit, and the plugin adds some extra controls to allow for further customization.
It has adjustable LFO rate and depth, adjustable delay offset, an LP filter to control brightness, and dry and wet knobs.
Everything can be automated using your DAW, and the plugin supports stereo-to-stereo and mono-to-stereo channels.
Here’s more from the manual:
OSL Chorus has two delay lines, one mapped to the left channel and the other to the right channel. Both delay lines are modulated by a single triangle LFO. The chorus output is processed by a low pass filter, and the wet and dry signals are then mixed.