ValhallaShimmer was primarily designed as a reverberator. However, it can also get some cool chorus sounds. The Chorus preset is a good place to start. Some general tips:
- Set Size as low as possible. This will keep the reverberant quality to a minimum
- Use one of the smaller reverbMode settings. The Chorus preset uses smallStereo, but mediumStereo can be used for a more diffuse, washy chorus.
- Set Diffusion up around halfway to start with, and go from there. Too high of a Diffusion setting will result in more of a small room sound, but this might be what you are looking for.
- modDepth should be set to about 0.5 for starters, and modRate should be adjusted to taste.
- Note that higher settings of Diffusion result in more pitch change for given settings of modRate/modDepth, so you may want to turn down Diffusion and/or modDepth if things get out of hand.
- The bright colorMode will result in a full-bandwidth chorus signal, while the dark colorMode will be closer to the older BBD based choruses.
- Use highCut to control the overall brightness.
- lowCut can be used to shave away the low frequencies, which can add clarity to a chorused signal.
- Feedback should be left at 0 for standard chorusing. Turning it up with the above settings will result in a very metallic sound, which, again, might be exactly what you are looking for.