FEEDBACK modules are onto a winner with their range of modules! Just wanted to start off by putting that out their. Not only are the Two59 oscillators and shaper killer but the range of pre-amp channel strip modules are great too alongside the utilities CP3 based mixer and attenuator / offset module. But … this 106 Chorus does the business giving us a mono input and stereo output from an analogue chorus circuit based on (or is it exactly the same, we should ask!) the classic Roland Juno 106. It’s fat and warm and the input level gives some killer overdrive too at higher settings.
The video uses Mutable Instruments Braids to give us loads of oscillator tones to throw at it before sending in some PO-12 pocket operator action from Teenage Engineering.
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