The Cherry Audio Chorus module is a great sounding and flexible stereo chorus effect featuring CV control of delay time, feedback level, and wet/dry mix. Chorus is created by mixing an audio signal with one or more slightly delayed and pitch-modulated “copies” of itself and is often used to make a sound seem bigger, richer, and wider.
Inputs, Outputs and Controls
L(M) and R Input jacks- These are the mono or stereo audio input jacks. When using a mono input signal, patching it to the L(Mono) jack will feed the signal to both sides of the stereo effect.
Speed- Sets the speed of the pitch modulation from 0.01Hz to 8.0Hz.
Depth- Adjusts the depth of the pitch modulation.
Delay Time- Sets the amount of time, from 4ms to 50ms, that the “copies” are delayed.
Delay Time CV Amt jack and attenuator- CV input for externally controlling the delay time.
Feedback- Increases the number of “copies,” or layers, of the input signal by “feeding” the effected signal “back” to the effect input. This is the same principle as a delay pedal with repeating echoes only with shorter delay times.
Feedback CV Amt jack and attenuator- CV input for externally controlling the feedback amount.
Mix (Dry/Wet)- This knob adjusts the mix between the input signal (Dry) and the effected signal (Wet) that will be sent to the outputs.
Mix CV Amt jack and attenuator- CV input for externally controlling the dry/wet mix.
L and R Output jacks- These are the module's stereo output jacks.