Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus

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The Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus has been discontinued.
This pedal was based on the long out-of-production Panasonic BBD. We have exhausted our stock of these parts.

Strikingly vocal with a distinctive organic tone, the Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is the only true sonic replica of the most sought after chorus of all time – the 1976 CE-1. Its lush, focused tone is the standard by which all other chorus effects are measured.

The Analog Chorus is capable of a wide range of sounds from a thick analog doubling, to an ultra-lush chorus, and even a Leslie rotating speaker.


"The Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is a faithful sonic clone of the old CE1... warm, pulsing and sexy” – Guitar Player

“Warm where many other products are seemingly sterile and cold”
– Guitar World

“This is the best chorus I’ve ever used” – Tim Pierce, L.A. session player



Analog Chorus features:
Authentic, all analog chorusing
Musical range of Speed and Intensity settings
Compact, pedalboard friendly size
True bypass switching with LED
Runs on a 9V battery
Hand built in the U.S.A.
5-year warranty
*

Soundbites and Recording Notes

SummerLand – You can easily use analog chorusing to add gentle motion to a sustained chord, or pulsating punch to a rhythm track or distorted solo. This demo takes you through these various guitar sounds via different Speed and Intensity settings on the Analog Chorus.

Signal Path:
’54 Stratocaster Reissue (humbucker in bridge)
Sparkle Drive
EP-3 Echoplex (used for intro)
Analog Chorus

Amp-Mics-Pre:
50-watt (modified) late-‘60s Fender Twin Reverb head
4x12 late-‘60s stock Marshall cab (25-watt Celestions)
Close mic’d with a Shure Unidyne III SM57 (1073 Repro)
Room mic’d with an AKG 414 (Avalon 737sp)

DOWNLOAD AUDIO: SummerLand


SpinningSpeaker – Another great sound is to use Analog Chorus for a rotating speaker sound. By putting the Speed and Intensity knobs full up, you can have some fun with this thick, Leslie-like tone. Play some expensive chords, turn the amp up and you’re ready to go.

Signal Path:
Ibanez Hollowbody (175-sized)
Analog Chorus

Amp-Mics-Pre:
50-watt (modified) late-‘60s Fender Twin Reverb head
4x12 late-‘60s stock Marshall cab (25-watt Celestions)
Close mic’d with two Rode NTK Tube Microphones
Avalon 737sp/1073 Repro

DOWNLOAD AUDIO: SpinningSpeaker


Analog Chorus Solo – Chord and single note guitar lines courtesy of Zappa plays Zappa guitarist, Jamie Kime.

Signal Path:
’54 Stratocaster Reissue (humbucker in bridge)
Sparkle Drive
Analog Chorus

Amp-Mics-Pre:
18-watt Budda Superdrive (series II) head
4x12 late-‘60s stock Marshall cab (25-watt Celestions)
Close mic’d with a Rode NTK Tube Microphone (Avalon 737sp)
Room mic’d with an AKG 414 (1073 Repro)

DOWNLOAD AUDIO: Analog Chorus Solo

General Recording Gear
Apogee Rosetta 800 AD/DA, Apple G5 dual 2.7, Apple Logic Pro 7, Universal Audio UAD-1 (X2), Audio Ease Altiverb 5 (convolution reverb), Drums courtesy of Spectrasonics Stylus RMX (w/ all expansion libraries).
“SummerLand” and “SpinningSpeaker” written/recorded by Middle Name Music (ASCAP). “Analog Chorus Solo” played by Jamie Kime.



Demo Clips by BLUES SARACENO

DOWNLOAD AUDIO: | Funky | Smooth | Vibro Leslie |

 

Video Clips

The Lost Videos
Sometime in 1997, a few friends of Voodoo Lab got together for a “tone party” at the LA home of guitarist Joey Brasler. Players like session great Tim Pierce, Jamie Kime (Zappa plays Zappa, Michelle Branch, Jewel), Blues Saraceno (solo artist), and Randy Jacobs (Was Not Was, Boneshakers) all took turns dialing up tones on the entire Voodoo Lab stompbox line. Everything was recorded on video and the tapes were packed away for safe keeping...

Well for nearly a decade, those tapes were essentially lost until a “former” employee found one of them in a box. Unfortunately some tapes are still missing, but we made digital transfers of whatever we could find. While this footage was never meant to be the definitive demo of these products, we felt like it would be fun and educational to put them out. We hope you enjoy them and we’ll be releasing clips as we find them so stay tuned!

DOWNLOAD VIDEOS :

General Recording Notes for "The Lost Videos"
All footage was originally recorded by Voodoo Lab founder Josh Fiden using a Sony TR700 Hi-8 camcorder with its built-in mic. That's it! The tapes were recovered and transferred "as is" into Final Cut Pro by Marc Shur and edited by James Santiago. Please note that Mr. Fiden wasn’t responsible for losing the tapes for almost a decade. No really...

 

Analog Chorus Support Info

Frequently Asked Questions
User Manual: Download PDF

*North America only. Other regions contact your country's distributor for warranty info.

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