Soundforce is introducing two new modules inspired by the chorus effect on the Roland Juno synths. Chorus 6 and the compact uChorus 6 bring that classic sound to Eurorack.
Both modules are analogue BBD circuits based on the Xvive MN3009 chips and have the same audio path as the original. You get all the modes from the Juno-60 and Juno-106 in mono or stereo.
The larger 14HP Chorus 6 features a whole host of manual controls that weren’t on the original. You can set the start time delay, the frequency and delay of modulation, depth of modulation, dry/wet mix, LFO wave selection and the frequency ranges of the LFO. You can also modulate externally bypassing the manual controls and letting you automate your Chorus 6 into very strange places.
The more compact uChorus 6 is only 4HP wide and gives you the basic I, II, and I+II modes. Just drop it in there for some of the loveliest chorus around.
Both modules can take Eurorack or line level through either mono or stereo inputs. That’s a useful bonus actually, being able to bring an external synth through the chorus like that.
The uChorus will be available in June for €199, and the larger Chorus 6 will arrive in July for around €299.
Soundforce has also hinted that there are exciting things afoot with the integration of some of its MIDI controllers. All will be revealed at Superbooth.