FX67 Stereo Turbo Chorus - Greater than the Sum of its Paths

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The FX67 is a truly unique chorus pedal. Where most stereo chorus pedals simply take the inverse of a single delay's output and calling that a day, this pedal features two separate analog bucket brigade chorus circuits, each with their own unique inputs, resulting in a chorus effect that can be represented in stereo, or summed to mono. But why? Is it worth it? How does that even work? You'll have to watch and find out.

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Chapters:
0:00 - Intro
0:22 - Demo #1
1:11 - Why Turbo?
2:00 - How most stereo chorus pedals "fake it"
4:11 - How the FX67 Stereo Chorus is different
5:37 - Stereo/Mono demonstrations
7:08 - Ebullience and Conclusions
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