Is it possible to add the TAL Chorus?
There is no LV2 version of it so the answer for now I guess is ‘‘no’’ unfortunately.
Ah if course.
Thanks for checking.
Here is the lv2 version:
I currently don’t have physical access to my Zynthian, so here is the script for installation - it may work - or not
cd $ZYNTHIAN_PLUGINS_SRC_DIR git clone --recursive https://github.com/SpotlightKid/ykchorus.git cd ykchorus make -j 3 mkdir -p $ZYNTHIAN_PLUGINS_DIR/ykchorus cp -a bin/ykchorus.lv2 $ZYNTHIAN_PLUGINS_DIR/ykchorus cd ..
I’ll try it
not that simple, a) you have the git repo wrong, b) needs patching to compile on the pi.
Sure… wrong paste buffer used… I have fixed this.
Ah, ok - have currently no pi. Can check this in 4 weeks.
See if you can spot where I toggle chorus 1 and 2 on and off. Seems to overdrive with both on.
Oh damn, the sound file won’t play!
But can I install the chorus now?
You can try to fix the amplification inside the chorus engine (see https://github.com/SpotlightKid/ykchorus/blob/master/plugins/YKChorus/ChorusEngine.h lines 109 and 110). The current factor is 1.4. Perhaps 1.0 will fit better?
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Looks like you should be able to update then ssh and run the script.
Then enable it in the webconf.
You guys are great!
The “ykchorus” LV2 plugin is currently part of zynthian software and will be installed by simply updating your software. No need to run the script from command line, although there is no problem with doing so. Of course, you have to check it in the webconf’s LV2-plugins list.
Now, thats what i call teamwork. Great!
Very good quality plugin. Simple and effective. Like it!
Just plain forgot to reply.
This sounds awesome, Rhodes + TAL Chorus = Very very nice stereo!