Blend multi-voice chorus

AAX/AU/VST3 for Mac + Windows


Blend is a multi-voice chorus comprised of up to 16 separate layers. Each of them actually is a chorus effect on its own – complete with a dedicated modulation generator and a feedback loop. Even with all 16 layers activated, the resulting mix is dense yet always silky smooth and musical – thanks to clever proportional modulation phase offsets. Blend also has three different interpolation algorithms, each giving it a slightly different sound character. And as much as it excels at creating delicious chorus and ensemble effects of many, many styles, Blend’s unusual flexibility allows it to easily go into much further territory, so effects like vibrato, tape wow, flanger, smear, dissonance, even reverb – are just a few tweaks away.



  • Up to 16 chorus layers, each with its own individual feedback line
  • Individual modulation generator per each layer, with phase offsets creating an ensemble effect
  • Optional modulation generator tempo and transport location sync
  • Variable modulation stereo phase offset
  • Three selectable interpolation algorithms
  • Adjustable input low-frequency cut filter
  • Lag filters on all continuous parameters for smooth, click-free adjustment
  • Supports mono › mono, mono › stereo, and stereo › stereo channel configurations


  • Color-coded graphic elements
  • Consistent name, mapping, value, and unit implemented for all parameters in both graphic user interface and host control/automation
  • Built-in preset management functions
  • Supports window size scaling up to 200%


  • 64-bit Mac computer with Intel or Apple processor, running macOS 10.9 or later, plus a host application with support for AU, AAX, or VST3 plugins
  • 64-bit PC computer with x86 processor, running Windows 8.1 or later, plus a host application with support for AAX or VST3 plugins
Blend has a clarity that [other plugins] lack, and it’s capable of both traditional chorus and ensemble effects, plus vibratos, tape wow, flanger, dissonance and also reverb. [...] A surprisingly versatile and good-sounding effect. – MusicTech Magazine