A chorus effect occurs when individual sounds with roughly the same timbre and nearly (but never exactly) the same pitch converge and are perceived as one. While similar sounds coming from multiple sources can occur naturally (as in the case of a choir or string orchestra), it can also be simulated using an electronic effects unit or signal processing device.
Sets the waveform shape Sine or Triangle of the LFO.
Sets the ratio of wet (processed) signal to dry (unprocessed) signal.
Sets the percentage by which the delay time is modulated by the low-frequency oscillator, in hundredths of a percentage point.
Sets the percentage of output signal to feed back into the effect's input.
Sets the frequency of the LFO
Sets the number of milliseconds the input is delayed before it is played back.
Sets the phase differential between left and right LFO.