Adding chorus to a reverb

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  • #98192
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    Leemorr
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    Hi all, maybe a dumb question, probably, how can I add a modulation effect on the tail of a reverb, what I am trying to do is recreate a lexicon vocal patch, any help would be fantastic, stay safe!

    #98193
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    MarkPAman
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    Go to the FX return channel that the reverb’s on, and send this to another effects unit with the chorus.

    Depending on how you want the effect to sound, you may want to set this FX send to be pre fade for easier adjustment of the relevant effects’ levels.

    #98195
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    Leemorr
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    Thanks for that Mark, I have an sq6 I should have said, to be specific I need the chorus to have a delay to the start so it only choruses the end of the reverb tail, so making the reverb shimmer, had a look through the chorus fx but cant see a parameter i can tweek to achive this, any ideas fella?

    #98196
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @Leemorr ,

    There are also modulation parameters (Depth/Speed) in the Expert settings of the SMR.
    This might fulfil ‘modulation on a reverb tail’ but probably not ‘chorus on a reverb’, so mainly noting this just in case you can’t go with Mark’s suggestion 🙂

    Cheers,
    Keith.

    #98197
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    Leemorr
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    Thanks Keith 😊

    #98199
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    Mike C
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    Just make sure when doing series effect routing that you do not accidentally route
    an FX return back into the same FX.

    #98203
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    Leemorr
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    Thanks mike 😊

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