A Brief History of Chorus:
A ‘natural’ chorus sound is achieved by having multiple players or singers perform the same part, but with slight tuning variations. This effect has been present for centuries in popular music through the inherent nature of the piano and the performances of choirs, string sections and many others over the course of the years. The simulated chorus effect was first introduced by Hammond Organs in the 1930’s, but it didn’t truly become a mainstay as a stand-alone effect until the introduction of the Roland JC 120 in the 1970’s.
Lexicon and Chorus:
Chorus became a staple of the Lexicon effects line in the 1980’s as part of many of our most famous pieces. The plug-in version keeps the same high standard as our hardware, and further adds to a great tradition of powerful, indispensible effects.
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