Chatter is tough. Some skiis are worse than others.
My feeling about chatter is that it all depends on setting up a smooth turn entry with carving in the top half of the turn. If you attempt to pivot the skis or skid them, then there is a good chance they will chatter. If you arc them, top to bottom, then they should not chatter.
If you are forward on the tongues of your boots with pelvis forward as you initiate the turn, tipping onto the new edges at that time, then the skis will bend and carve. If you are less effective in this regard then they will skid a bit before you finally get around to engaging your edges and by then it will be difficult to avoid chatter.