112dB tells us that Mikron Chorus was inspired by the Juno chorus, the chorus effect found in the Roland Juno synthesizer as well as the Boss/Roland chorus pedals from the 70/80s. They say that it has the same signal routing as the Roland/Boss CE2, and the spectral characteristics of its bucket brigade delay chips, but without the noise that always accompanies bucket brigade delays.
A spokesperson told us, "Mikron Chorus has the same ease of use as the pedals it was inspired by, with just a few handy extra features. Where the CE2 only had adjustable rate and depth. Mikron Chorus adds adjustable delay time, feedback and mix. This gives you not only more flexibility, but makes it also possible to use Mikron Chorus as a flanger by dialling in shorter delay times, and adding feedback. Last, but not least there is the stereo mode that you can use to give the chorus extra spaciousness."
Pricing and Availability:
On offer at $29