Akai AX Synths' Chorus Revisited

US Martinic releases the AX Chorus plug-in      15/11/22

Martinic says that the AX Chorus is based on the ACE modeled MN3009 Bucket Brigade (BBD) chip found in both the AX73 and AX60 synthesizers. A spokesperson told us, "We developed our plugin with the chorus 100% the same as the mono input versions found in the original synthesizers and then added the option of making it a stereo effect. As Akai never released the chorus as a separate effect we envisioned how it could have looked in the 1980s, and have included both the AX73 and AX60 chorus effects in one unit."

The company says...

The Martinic AX Chorus is a unique chorus that adds instant analog character to your production. It includes options for mono or stereo operation in addition to models of both the AX60 and AX73 analog chorus effects. With 3-band EQ and tempo sync with your DAW, it's incredibly flexible for shaping the perfect sound and adding warmth to any track.

Pricing and Availability:
£31

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