Blue Cat Audio - Stereo Chorus v3.0 (Pc/Free)

From the homepage:
Based on Blue Cat's Chorus technology, Blue Cat's Stereo Chorus has the same versatility and crystal-clear sounding capabilities as its little brother, plus a subtle to very deep stereo effect feature: just play with the 'stereo' control and get this famous widening stereo chorus effect. You will feel like the sound is turning around your head.

The built-in Blue Cat's skinning engine enables you to skin this plug-in: adapt the user interface to your needs and customize the look of your Blue Cat's plugin! 3 skins are included in the install package.

Main Features

* Single voice stereo chorus effect.
* Ability to manage the stereo effect continuously.
* Native DSP code for optimal performance.
* Skinnable user interface.
* DirectX and VST plug-in formats support.
* Random preset generation: auto generate custom presets with one single click.
* 'Smooth Update Mechanism': enjoy real time parameters modification with zipper-free parameters update. Hear absolutely no 'click' when playing with parameters.
* Full automation support (all parameters can be automated, with smooth and continuous update)
* Any sample rate supported.
* DirectX version: supports 32 bits floating point as well as 16 / 8 bits PCM audio streams.
* Real time MIDI control with advanced settings (MIDI channel and CC numbers, with complete response curve control)

New! You can now control this plug-in with an external MIDI controller thanks to the included advanced MIDI CC mapping support.
Price: Freeware
Supported Platforms: Windows-VST / Windows-DirectX


* Advanced MIDI control with customizable parameters curve response and MIDI learn.
* Blue Cat's Skinning language V1.2.1 support.
* Now supports one skin per preset and a global default skin: customize each instance of the plug-in in the same session.
* All parameters can now be fine tuned thanks to a text-edit popup window that appears when double clicking on user interface widgets.
* Warning: because it now supports MIDI events, the DirectX plug-in may appear in the "Synth" or "DXi" category instead of "effects" in some hosts (such as Cakewalk Sonar). If it does not appear in you host, you might want to use our DXi Manager to de-activate MIDI features.
* Warning: this new version breaks the presets compatibility, and is thus installed as a new plug-in. If you have a previous version installed and do not want to keep it, just uninstall it manually.