[Patch Design Compo] Win Jiggery-Pokery’s Chenille Chorus RE!

Chenille Chorus Rack ExtensionYou may have noticed that Jiggery-Pokery released a new chorus RE about 10 days ago. ¬†Where was the news on RER? ¬†Well, we were waiting to tell you more than just the details on Chenille ūüôā RER has partnered with Jiggery-Pokery and is offering a competition to win Chenille as well as other Jiggery-Pokery Rack Extensions! ¬†Read on for the details on Chenille as well as the competition.

Chenille offers a wealth of deep, rich ensemble effects. With an original and exclusive algorithmic implementation it emulates the classic BBD string ensemble and chorus circuits of the 1970s and 80s, including those found in many classic products, including the CE-1 pedal and Dimension D rack unit, the 310U ensemble, and the Synthex and Juno synthesizers. This modular chorus system finally gives you the long sought-after subtle, movement-free chorus and gentle audio enrichment.

Suffice to say it is one of the best-sounding choruses available for Reason. ¬†Not just that but it’s extremely configurable with more breadth of sound than I can ever remember seeing in a chorus plugin.

Ok! ¬†So Chenille is pretty great, we’ve established. ¬†Now how do you feel about a shot at winning it for free (as well as some other cool Jiggery-Pokery REs)? ¬†Hope you are handy with a Combinator…

Patch Contest Details

Get your sound design on and submit your best Combinator patches using Chenille and you’ll have a chance to win Jiggery-Pokery Rack Extensions as well as some Nucleus SoundLab ReFills! ¬†Read on for all the rules:

  • Submit 2 Combinator patches featuring Chenille by posting a link to them (Dropbox or whatever) in this thread.
  • Patches will be judged by myself, as well as Matt Black, head honcho @ Jiggery-Pokery.
  • Patches will be accepted until March 31st, 2014. ¬†Winners will be announced in April (exact date TBA)
  • Please limit yourself to Reason’s factory devices when creating the Combinators.

NOTE:¬†You don’t need to own Chenille to enter the competition. ¬†Obviously the idea is to use the 30-day trial to create your patches.


1st Prize: Chenille Chorus Ensemble + Ammo 1200 Modulation Synth + Charlotte Envelope Generator + Nucleus SoundLab Hyperdrive ReFill

2nd Prize: Chenille Chorus Ensemble + Nucleus SoundLab Filter Research 3 ReFill

3rd Prize: Chenille Chorus Ensemble


If you have questions about the competition, feel free to post them below. Otherwise, get patching!

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Jeremy Janzen has been working with Reason since 2005, creating ReFills under the Nucleus SoundLab brand. While his sound design work verges into experimental electronic territory - Jeremy is most at home in a heavy metal moshpit, or playing blues/rock bass guitar. Jeremy is also a new father as of 2012, and consequently pretty damn tired.