Building a Chorus Effect in Reaktor
The purpose of making this simple chorus effect in Reaktor is to create something that can be used in a wide range of projects types without having to do too much tweaking. Since only primary modules are used, the process is kept fairly simple (in Reaktor terms) and the finished effect should work well with most sounds as it is. All we need to do is build a tool that creates slightly different versions of the same sound by delaying the signals in a controlled manner. This should give us the desired effect without any additional augmentation.
A few creative ways you may want to use this type of effect are to enhance the morphing feel of oscillating basslines, or add brightness and depth to your snare drum, providing an electric charge to your synths and pianos or to gently enhance the presence of your backing vocals. The ways in which you can use a chorus effect in Reaktor are seemingly endless once you start to dig deep and experiment a bit. The secret to successful processing of this kind of to start small. You do not want to apply to much chorus to anything in your mix, as it can make your life much more difficult when it comes to mixing and mastering.
You can also add this chorus effect in Reaktor to an ensemble and provide added manipulation capabilities. No matter how you end up using this chorus effect in Reaktor, we are sure it will be helpful. It can assist in transforming sounds completely, or just adding a little something extra to make them stand out in your mix.