• Stereo input and output
• Mix, Width, and Tone/Regeneration (?) controls
• Compatible with Pedal Customizer™ software for PC and Mac
• Expression inputs for Mix and Width (1/4"-to-3.5mm adapter sold separately)
• Buffered bypass
• Very high input impedance: no "tone suck"
• Analog dry signal for low noise and zero latency
• Small footprint
• Made in USA
Chroma™ Stereo Chorus uses micro-pitch transposition to achieve a thick, shimmering sound without the constant warbling that can become fatiguing. In fact, some musicians have been using expensive rack gear to get this effect—Chroma™ Stereo Chorus simply puts this in an easy-to-use pedal.
The Chroma™ sound ranges from extremely subtle to thick & liquid. Since no artificial modulation is imposed, you can hear the subtle, natural beat frequencies between the multiple voices.
If you prefer a traditional chorus that uses pitch modulation, we have you covered. Simply use Pedal Customizer™ to change the Chroma™ to a traditional chorus.
Chroma™ Stereo Chorus excels at creating a stereo output from a mono input. It automatically routes the dry signal both outputs and adds stereo chorus—unlike many other choruses that route the dry signal to one output and the chorus output to the other.
It works great in mono: just plug into Input 1 and Output 1. And, of course, the Chroma™ Stereo Chorus will add stereo chorus to any stereo input. The stereo input will be preserved when routed to the stereo outputs.
• Mix controls the amount of effect. You can easily get subtle chorusing by turning the Mix knob down.
• Width controls the amount of pitch transposition, from "tripling" with slow movement to +/- several cents. In stereo, there is a different transposed voice on each output.
• (Delta symbol) knob is Regeneration by default but can be changed to Tone or Speed using Pedal Customizer