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Juni 1984 Chorus

Juni 1984 Chorus
Juni 1984 Chorus by [BEN/SCHULZ] is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin and a Software Application for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an AAX Plugin and a Standalone Application.
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Juni 1984 Chorus is a powerful parametric chorus that models the analog bucket brigade delay circuitry of the well know classics. Pre-made presets for these iconic devices are of course included.

But you are not limited to only two buttons anymore. You can freely modify all the parameters that were hard-wired in the hardware units and create your own signature sounds that have never before been possible.

All parameters can also be automated in your DAW to add movement and drama to the sounds. Just animating the RATE slider can create dramatic effects ideal for spicing up your drops.

The core of Juni 1984 is a meticulously crafted model of the original hardware with all its character and the detailed user interface was created by an industry leading 3d artist.

But we didn't stop there: The user interface and has been adapted to modern digital workflows. Hovering the sliders gives an instant LCD readout, the sliders animate into position so you can easily keep track of what changed when switching presets. And the User Interface is fully resizable.

The preset system is designed to stay out of your way. You can categorise or don't. You can menu dive or just browse by clicking the PREV and NEXT buttons.

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