It is a Chorus, Phaser and Flanger.
The Phaser and Flanger are pretty similar, but the Source Audio Series 1 pedal offerings for modulation are similar to their Drive / Distortion / Bass Distortion.
The LA Lady, The KingMaker and The Aftershock are interchangeable just like
The Gemeni Chorus, The Lunar Phaser and the Mercury Flanger.
and there are a lot of Multi Modulation pedals out there and some like the Joyo have dual circuit so you have two pedals and can stack effects. The Joyo looks fun, but you can only run parallel or in series A to B. there are other pedals doing this same thing, but you can run parallel or A to B or B to A, so if I were planning on one of those, I would probably get that option since both sides A and B do not have the exact same effects.
But, since Multi pedals don’t always do one modulation GREAT, sometimes only do it mediocre at best, but since the Source Audio, who does some amazing pedals, treat these as single pedals, built on the same technology, I think you can get a GREAT pedal that could also be another GREAT pedal, instead of just two mediocre versions of the modulation.
I downloaded and looked over the editor, and saw what you can do with the pedal and how fully editable they are, and it is almost certain that you can get an AWESOME Chorus pedal, as well as an AWESOME Phaser pedal.
Side Note, the C4 Synth and the Envelope Filter are almost identical. They are not, but close, so much of what you can do on one, you can do on the other. So, @itsratso, I would love to hear your thoughts on this, and have you tried to edit your Envelope filter, and if so, have you gotten any SYNTH out of it?