HoRNet Plugins has announced the release of HoRNet Chorus60, an emulation of a famous vintage chorus found in an 80’s iconic keyboard.
When this particular keyboard was released it only had one oscillator per voice and to make the sound thicker the manufacturer used this particular kind of chorus that became the signature sound of many hits like “Sweet Dreams”.
We took the original schematic, analyzed, simulated and recreated it in a plugin, and also added control for the internal chorus parameters like the LFO rate, Dry/Wet control and the chorus wideness. The analog characteristics are reproduced, both in saturation and hiss but can be enabled or disabled independently.
HoRNet Chorus60 features
- Smooth fat and wide chorus.
- Mode I, Mode II and Mode I+II available as in the original unit.
- LFO rate adjustable for each of the three modes.
- Chorus stereo wideness control.
- Dry/Wet control
- Analog saturation and hiss with separate controls
- 2x oversample mode for best quality
- Input and output faders with VU meters
- Mac OS X (>=10.5 Intel only) and Windows support.
- 64-bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
- Audio Units VST2.4, VST3, RTAS and AAX (mac only) format.
HoRNet Chorus60 is available for purchase for 10.99 EUR.