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#1691343 - 11/12/20 12:05 PM How do i emulate a Jazz Chorus on my VS?
Fax Machine Offline
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so basically, i wanna emulate a JC 120 on my VS 2400 with the stereo chorus, what i dont understand is how to do that, the apendix says this on the Amp modeling:

Preset 160 Guitar Amp: Roland JC-120 amp. Sounds more authentic when used with chorus for mixdown.

What does it mean "when used with chorus for mixdown", should i record and then apply the chorus effect? I was wondering if i could do that in real time

And also, how should i route my signal if i wanted to do that? i was thinking something like this


Input -> Insert FX JC 120 modeling -> 2 Aux or Dir channels one for L and the othert for R -> Stereo FX channel with Stereo Delay Chorus on them -> 2 Tracks for stereo with linked faders.

Sorry if im too novice for this, This is my first time using FX routing with aux channels isntead of using insert FXs.




Edited by Fax Machine (11/12/20 01:02 PM)

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#1691346 - 11/12/20 12:32 PM Re: How do i emulate a Jazz Chorus on my VS? [Re: Fax Machine]
uptildawn Offline
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Quote - What does it mean "when used with chorus for mixdown", should i record and then apply the chorus effect? End Quote

Yes, that's what it means - record the instrument and then apply a chorus effect to the track. That's meant to give you maximum flexibility when applying the effects, before having to commit to the sound, like you would if it was all recorded "wet".

I don't know the 2400 - is it possible for you to use the jc-120 amp model in the input mixer section, while at the same time applying the chorus effect, also in the input mixer section?


I would think that you would be able to insert both the model and effect at the input mixer, which should then also record the affected sound to your track.

You might also try playing around with the idea of monitoring the fully affected sound while recording, but leave the recorded track "dry" - maybe even completely dry - without even recording the amp model sound initially. That would let you play and tweak both the amp model and chorus effect, before "bouncing" the track and its effects to a stereo pair later.

I'm afraid that I'm no good at suggesting how you might loop the amp-modeled sound out and back in again to capture the chorus effect from the internal effect card, in order to get a blend of the amp model and chorus for a single-pass recording. Maybe somebody else can answer that. I think though, that my suggestion about applying both model and chorus in the input mixer section of your live input for recording should achieve the same result without having to resort to loopback.

If you find the need to route the chorus as a pre or post parallel/looped patch rather than as an insert patch in the input mixer, then make sure whether or not you will have to route the chorus RETURN to you recording track at the same time.
I know you have to do so, when bouncing tracks and pre/post effects, but I'm not sure about live input tracking - my guess is that you would need to route the RETURN of any effect that is not INSERTED during recording.

And be sure that you are placing these effects in the input mixer, if you want the sound to be recorded "wet". If you put the effects in the track mixer section, your recording will be dry - but you will be able to monitor the fully effected sound while recording - as in my 4th paragraph above. Hope this helps anyway.
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