Roland’s chorus had a huge impact on recorded music particularly in the early 1980s. It almost defined the clean guitar sound from the early 1980s and onward. Guitarists like Alan Murphy used The Roland SDD-320 Dimension D rather than pedals in the studio, and you can hear this on his recordings with artists such as Go West and Kate Bush.
The Roland SDD-320 Dimension D is a specially designed chorus effect unit for adding spatial effects to stereo and monaural sound sources.
Monaural inputs are converted from a single point sound source into a sound which fills the entire stereo field. The Dimension D gives a new dimension without the apparent movement of sound produced by most other chorus devices.
- Both balanced and unbalanced inputs and outputs for ease of use in the studio or on the stage
- Click-free noiseless switching between four different dimension modes.
- Remote controlled dimension EFFECT/NORMAL function.
- Fast acting LED level indicators,
- Low noise (S/N greater than 95dB, “A” weighted) .
- Standard 19″ rack mount
The Dimension Mode selector button provide different effects, MODE 1 produces the softest effect and MODE 4 produces the strongest effect. At OFF the sound passes through the SDD-320 without change.