Emo Chorus Turns Your Voice Into A Full Choir

VirSyn has announced the release of Emo Chorus, an advanced chorus effect app for iPad and iPhone.

Emo Chorus is a modulation effect used used to create a richer, thicker sound and add subtle movement. The effect roughly simulates the slight variations in pitch and timing that occur when multiple performers sing or play the same part.

In contrast to most traditional chorus effect units, Emo Chorus allows for choruses with up to 128 voices. The effect lets you use live input from any source – microphone, guitar, synth, Audiobus and Inter App Audio.


  • 128 voices chorus engine
  • 20 factory chorus and flanger presets
  • Unlimited user presets.
  • Delay time up to 180ms.
  • MIDI controllable parameter.
  • Audiobus 2 compatible with state saving
  • IAA compatible ( Auria, Cubasis, Garageband ).
  • Integrated iTunes player.

Emo Chorus is available now for US $1.99.

13 thoughts on “Emo Chorus Turns Your Voice Into A Full Choir

  1. background audio does not work at least on 7.1.2. you can turn it on, but it shuts itself off.
    another half baked app

    1. Much like in Harmony Voice. Some of us actually need to recall saved parameters. Could Synthtopia make a tutorial on how to get refunds for apps that don’t work properly?

      1. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204084

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        In addition, EU buyers should be able to get a refund for the first 14 days, no questions asked.

  2. First of all, you can disable the creapy emoticons and just have the red dots. (Thankfully).

    Secondly, this plug in really does sound great, but the key is to adjust the settings so they aren’t stupid.

    The rates & depths in the demo are pretty extreme. If you set the swarm size to an appropriate amount for the sound you want, slow down the rate and don’t jack up the spread to high (which is the range of different rates) you can get a nice thickened sound.

    I was disappointed that there is a lack of stereo width control. The swarm doesn’t seem to have any controls for how spread out they are in the panorama.

    1. >this plug in really does sound great, but the key is to adjust the settings so they aren’t stupid.

      Good to hear, because this demo seems targeted at showing how ridiculous and overdone this effect can sound.

  3. The phase issues make the promise of turning your voice into a chorus of voices a bit of a joke, but it sounds pretty good as an instrument chorus.

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