CH4D – Freeware Chorus VST Plugin For Windows Released By Jovan Koncar


CH4D by Jovan Koncar.

Jovan Koncar (aka J1000) has announced the release of CH4D, a freeware classic chorus effect in VST plugin for Windows based host applications.

Classic chorus effect with four delay taps, two per L/R channel, and adjustable resonant cut filters. Each delay tap is modulated by advanced LFO which has less obvious repetitive effect on processed signal than usual sine shape.

The plugin features four delay taps, each of them modulated by an LFO in order to achieve a more natural sounding chorus effect. Built-in pair of LP and HP filters can be used to control the overall tone of the processed signal. Additional controls include an input gain knob, a mix amount knob, along with phase invert and solo button switches.

I’m a big fan of Jovan Koncar’s previous software releases, such as the MQ57 parametric mastering equalizer, as well as the relatively new SX36 stereo processor (it was also included in our round up of the finest VST plugins from 2013). All of his plugins are freeware and very useful for mixing and mastering purposes.

On a related note, my favorite freeware chorus effect currently is the amazing Azurite by Distorque Audio. It sounds absolutely fantastic and you should definitely check it out if you want to expand your arsenal of chorus effects.


CH4D is available for free download via J1000 (2.3 MB download size, RAR archive, 32-bit & 64-bit VST plugin format for Windows, made with SynthEdit).

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  1. Hi, I’ve never been able to access j1000’s website, it’s been months and still I cannot. I try to disable adblock, use firefox, chrome, internet explorer, and it’s never worked.

    I’m a fan of the MQ57, and I’ve used it in several mastering situations. I’m interested in other j1000 plugins, but I can only find them elsewhere on the web if I’m lucky. The only plugin I’ve got from j1000 is the MQ57 and I didn’t get it from the official site.

    This seems sort of bizarre. This is not something that happens with other websites.

    Thanks anyway for the MQ57, it’s really a fantastic piece of work!!!

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