From subtle classic chorus effects to crazy textures, BLEASS Chorus brings stunning stereo modulations to any sound and allows a wide creative freedom for sound design.
BLEASS Chorus is a two-stage chorus effect that offers a full control of the stereo image as well as a large range of effects, from subtle stereo wideners to crazy texture generators which you can visualize thanks to a dedicated oscilloscope with a very low CPU usage.
Have full control of the stereo image as well as all effect parameters in a one-screen, clean and responsive interface that goes beyond traditional chorusing, giving more creative freedom to sound designers and music producers.
Inspired by classic chorus pedals and rack effect units, ideal for thickening synth and guitar lines, BLEASS Chorus comes packed with a wide range of presets.
The Input Stage allows you to choose between a low-shelf or high-pass filter (to filter out the bass frequencies from input) as well as a gain adjustement.
The Chorus Stage offers multiple parameters to widen the Chorus effect thanks to a beautiful oscilloscope :
- Choose the number of delay lines (up to 4)
- Set the average delay Time
- Define the speed of the LFO (Rate)
- Define Left & Right depth (LFO’s Amplitude)
- Toggle “Equal” to have both channel share the same depth
- Width sets the offset between left and right channels
- Feedback sets the amount of feedback
- Tap the Oscilloscope to pause the visualization!
BLEASS Slow Machine offers both sequenced and live ways to manipulate time thanks to 3 stages:
SLOW DOWN stage:
– Loop Size: Slow Down resets its reading position according to the Loop Size. A Loop Size of ‘1 bar’ means that the reading position is resynced with the host reading position every 1 bar.
– Speed: controls the speed of the played loop relative to the default speed. For example ‘½’ means that audio is played back at half its original speed, which means one octave lower:
- 3/4 -> -5 st (semitones)
- 2/3 -> -7 st
- 1/2 -> -12 st
- 1/3 -> -19 st
- 1/4 -> -24 st
– Quantization: When this option is ON, every change in Loop Size and in Speed will wait until the end of the current loop to be effective. When it is set to OFF, the change is immediate.
– Filter: keep a selected frequency band of the slowed signal. When the filter is ON, the middle colored band is processed by the effect while the low and high bands remain unchanged.
– Fade: Sets the duration of the crossfade between loops.
– State: Activates or deactivates the SLOW DOWN stage
– Dry/Wet: mixes the dry and wet signals
TIME STOP stage:
– Trigger: the “Stop” button triggers the time stop effect within a given duration (set by the position of your finger along the Y-axis) and following a curve (set by the position of your finger along the X-axis).
– Mode: choose between 4 time stop modes: ‘Step’, ‘Ramp Up & Down, ‘Ramp Down’ and ‘Ramp Up’.
- In ‘Step’ mode, the speed instantly goes to 0 when the trigger is hit and goes back to 1 when the trigger is released.
- In ‘Ramp Up & Down’ mode the speed is ramped down to 0 when the trigger is hit and ramped up to 1 when it is released. The duration and curve of the ramp is set by the position of your finger on the control.
- In ‘Ramp Down’ mode, the speed is ramped down to 0 when the trigger is hit and instantly goes back to 1 when released.
- In ‘Ramp Up’ mode the speed instantly goes to 0 when the trigger is hit and is ramped up to 1 when released.
– Hold: when Hold is ON, the trigger is not released until Hold is turned OFF.
– Speed: precise control of the play speed.
– State: Activates or deactivates the TIME STOP stage
– Dry/Wet: mixes the dry and wet audio signals
SPEED SEQUENCER stage:
– Length: sets the number of steps in the sequencer.
– Resolution: sets the duration of a sequencer step.
– Grid Snap: when ON, steps snap to the grid allowing a precise rhythmic and harmonic editing.
– Sequencer: sets a playing speed per step. Each step has 4 different curve modes: ‘Step’, ‘Link’, ‘Ramp Up’ and ‘Ramp Down’. Change the curve mode by tapping the curve icon at the bottom of each step.
- In Step mode, speed value equals the value of the step during all step duration.
- In Link mode, speed value goes from the value of the step to the value of the next step.
- In Ramp Up mode, speed value goes from the value of the step to 1.
- In Ramp Down mode, speed value goes from 1 to the value of the step.
- Change the curve mode by tapping the curve icon at the bottom of each step. You can draw a curve from one step to the other by touching the curves and swiping your finger across the sequencer’s steps.
– Amount: controls the amount of sequencer speed modulation. 100% means that speed can go from 1 to 0 (50% means that speed can go from 1 to 0.5).
– Randomness: sets the amount of randomness of the sequencer. If randomness is 50%, a step value will be a random value between stepValue +/- 0.5
– Fade: controls the crossfade duration between each step.
– State: Activates or deactivates the Speed Sequencer stage
– Dry/Wet: mixes the proportion of dry and wet signals