Oblivion Sound Lab released OSL Multi Chorus

Oblivion Sound Lab released OSL Multi Chorus, a digital effect inspired by the topology of four iconic modulation units (Juno-60, Dimension-D, Solina String Ensemble and Roland VP-330). In addition to capturing the sound of my original free OSL Chorus, this plugin includes three new modes, each with a distinctive sonic character. Each mode is fully editable, making it possible to create effects ranging from subtle to extreme.

Chorus modes
Sixty: The original OSL chorus effect, modelled after the onboard chorus of the Juno-60 synthesiser. It produces rich, wide choruses that are perfect for bringing dry synthesizers to life, but sounds equally good on guitar, bass, and other instruments.
Studio: Inspired by a legendary rack mounted chorus unit that was a staple in recording studios during the 1980s. Subtle modulation and filtered delay lines result in shimmering textures that pair well with guitars and vocals.
Ensemble: A lush chorus created from three delay lines that are phase rotated relative to one another. This topology is found in a number of classic synthesisers, and is perfect for thickening up strings and pads.
Quad: A versatile chorus architecture comprising four delay lines. This mode produces lush, swirling ensembles inspired by a late 1970s string synthesiser.


  • 4 chorus modes
  • Mid/Side stereo widening
  • Left/Right output meters
  • Phase meter
  • Preset saving/loading
  • Independent parameters per chorus mode
  • Copy & paste chorus parameters
  • All parameters can be automated from the host DAW
  • 77 factory presets
  • Light on CPU

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More info here: Oblivion Sound Lab | OSL Multi Chorus